Art is ultimately about symbolism, and Labor delivered it in spades this weekend.
The ABC really is Australia’s most important cultural institution. But is it meeting its charter responsibilities to the arts?
Music industry types around the country are still recovering from last week's Big Sound conference. What did it reveal about the state of the industry?
Labor’s Tony Burke has a surprisingly big vision for the arts, but can he back it up? Crikey sat down with him to find out.
Like the shift to streaming television, more and more Australians are listening to music through streaming services. But are they listening to Australian songs?
Industry groups are ramping up a communications policy push, and the focus is on a certain foreign streaming service.
There's a dense web of influence between our finance sector and cultural institutions. After the royal commission, does it make sense for bankers to head arts organisations anymore?
The inaugural director of Australia’s new arts and culture think tank has her work cut out for her.
The federal government has sprung yet another surprise funding raid on the Australia Council, writes Ben Eltham.