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Companies invited to partner with a mainstage company or major festival have much to gain from such relationships, but do they have to compromise their art to do so?
The Tasmanian Government has set ambitious targets to match a generous five-year funding package for the idiosyncratic winter arts festival.
Despite initially agreeing to front a public forum to explain why they have axed the festival, board members cancelled at short notice.
Current funding challenges facing the arts sector are not the reason for the festival’s closure says Chair, while stakeholders fume over lack of consultation.
It's not all about bums on seats. There are measures that will give you a better sense of your sustainability and cut through.
Access to affordable creative studio space can bolster a career and release the financial shackles for a creative, and The City of Sydney is calling for candidates.
Melbourne’s popular dusk-til-dawn event will return next year under new leadership and with an additional host city in regional Victoria.
Sudden success might sound like a dream but it can cause arts organisations many sleepless nights.
A new dance festival in February 2017 will provide a new stage for contemporary dance in Queensland and tough competition for the southern states.
Despite recent dramas, including the dismissal of the Board and the appointment of a statutory manager, the 2016 Festival will proceed as scheduled.
Opinions & Analysis
Regional Australia may be dry and dusty but the cultural landscape has a vitality that demonstrates the power of culture to promote regeneration and connectedness.
The future of Darwin Festival is in doubt with the NT Government dismissing the board on Wednesday.
A public forum brings the arts sector together to find a unified voice in order to amplify the voice of the arts in the face of current challenges.
VIDEO: Artistic Director of Melbourne Festival tells us what inspires him about working in the arts, and what the sector needs most.
Bits & Blogs
Winter needn’t be dreary. Arts programs such as The Light in Winter keep the city’s heart warm.
The Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals responds to the drastic reductions in funding for the small to medium arts sector.
Canberra’s Segue Festival aims to strengthen cultural ties between Europe and Australia, providing benefits for artists and audiences alike.
Why cultural entrepreneurship works in our times of funding cuts, and tips from the experts on how to navigate new pathways to innovative partnerships.
A new app helps festival performers, producers and creators avoid the time-suck of development logistics to focus on making great work.
More than $55,000 in funding has been invested in profile-building for SA artists at the world’s largest arts festival.
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