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A sculpture of chimpanzee David Greybeard unveiled in Melbourne last year, the result of a collaboration between artist Lisa Roet and the Jane Goodall Institute Global. James Ross/AAP

Slippery definitions and alarming silences: a parliamentary inquiry into the creative industries gives us a plan for a plan

A new report outlining a national plan for the arts barely mentions two of our most important institutions: the ABC and the Australia Council.
Opera Australia’s production, Aida, at the Arts Centre Melbourne. AAP Image/Luis Ascui

The limits of advocacy: arts sector told to stop worrying and be happy

Two reports — from think tank A New Approach and ex-Grattan Institute director John Daley — say Australian art and culture hasn’t advocated for itself effectively. But we need to try something new.
Bangarra Dance Theatre dancers Bradley Smith and Rika Hamaguchi perform during a Sydney Festival media call in January. Some festival shows were cancelled due to COVID clusters. Dan Himbrechts/AAP

Has the government rescued the arts in this budget? There are some winners but not much has changed

The government needs to address the whole ecosystem of the arts, increasing funding to the Australia Council so individual artists and small organisations get adequate support.

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