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The purpose of this project was to forecast the return on investment over three years of a very remote, a regional and an urban Indigenous Broadcasting Service (IBS) by understanding, estimating and valuing their impact on stakeholders.
In 2007, Australia’s Commonwealth Government took a dramatic new approach to the governance of remote Indigenous communities. The ‘Northern Territory Intervention’ aimed to combat abuse and violence in remote Indigenous communities, and included far-reaching changes to welfare administration, employment programmes and policing....
Have the funding cuts to Indigenous organisations impacted on the ability of those groups to be heard in the mainstream media? And is there less coverage of Aboriginal issues than in the past?
This paper provides evidence as a catalyst for informed discussion about arts and culture in Australia.
Australians value the arts.
A growing number of Australians believe that the arts make for a richer and more meaningful life; they influence...
This edited book explores the transformation of cultural materials through the Australian landscape.
Circulating Cultures is an edited book about the transformation of cultural materials through the Australian landscape. The book explores cultural circulation, exchange and transit, through events such...
The majority of the Aboriginal population in Victoria is aged 25 and under and among the highest users of mobile phones: actively engaging in social media and using digital technologies, especially mobile devices and the internet, to produce and tell their stories in ways determined...
In this panel discussion as part of Next Wave Festival 2014’s grand narrative, artists Tahjee Moar, Tony Albert, Destiny Deacon, Virginia Fraser, Clinton Nain and host Richard Bell speak frankly on what it means to be a 21st Century Indigenous art practitioner and how their...
The government is giving with one hand and taking with the other, writes Ellie Rennie
IF YOU happen to have wandered into the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI, in Melbourne) over the past few months you will have seen an exhibition...