Sep 30, 2011

Where arts and policy meet in the digital sphere

The Gillard government is embarking on a "digital culture public sphere" consultation as a part of its national cultural policy development. Kate Lundy talks to Crikey about what it is and why we should care.

Ben Eltham — <em>Crikey</em> arts commentator

Ben Eltham

Crikey arts commentator

What is a “digital culture public sphere”, and why should we care?

The government wants feedback on its National Cultural Policy. It will run out of Senator Kate Lundy’s office and will feed into Arts Minister Simon Crean’s policy brief as he develops the policy, which Crikey is assured will be delivered some time next year.

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