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The Australian Government is committed to ensuring the sustainability and vitality of Australia’s visual arts and craft sector. As a direct result of this commitment, the Government commissioned Mr Rupert Myer to conduct the Contemporary Visual Arts and Craft Inquiry. The Report of the Inquiry⎯known...
Australians are currently served by two public broadcasting networks. While both the ABC and the SBS have charters that require them to broadcast programs that, in the case of the ABC, “reflect the cultural diversity of the Australian community”, and, in the case of SBS,...
Public museums are a critical element of the public sphere – the domain that links and affirms us all as citizens, irrespective of our individual traits, our birthplace, our place of residence, our religion, our economic status etc. But according to Brendan Gleeson, assessment, the...
Public museums are a critical element of the public sphere - the domain that links and affirms us all as citizens, irrespective of our individual traits, our birthplace, our place of residence, our religion, our economic status etc. But according to Brendan Gleeson, assessment, the...
Lisanne Gibson reports on the selective govermental and societal understanding of cultural heritage significance in outdoor cultural objects and the reasons why this understanding needs to be broadened. She outlines the criteria of cultural heritage significance and outdoor cultural objects and the issues for current...
This report on the film, animation, special effects and electronic games industries considers the need for Australian films to generate more audience appeal, the benefits of developing and exploiting intellectual property rather than relying on fee-for-service work and some of these industries’ future opportunities.
Arts and Culture in Australia: A Statistical Overview was originally released in hard copy and as a pdf file in November 2004. It was subsequently re-issued in both an on-line format and PDF format on 6 September 2006.
Total government funding for cultural activities in 2002-03 was $4,933.1m. The Commonwealth Government contributed $1,670.5m (34%) to cultural funding while state and territory governments contributed $2,238.1m (45%) and local governments provided $1,024.5m (21%).