Labor’s proposed boost to arts funding comes after a decade of declining public support. Funding isn't the only problem the sector faces.
Despite a boost, this year's budget highlights the fact that the Morrison government lacks vision for our cultural sector.
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.
That champions of universal basic income think the lives of artists — or any workers — would flourish under UBI shows that they are out of touch with the wealth systems they are trying to disrupt.
The inaugural director of Australia’s new arts and culture think tank has her work cut out for her.
Why are wealthy philanthropists upset about changes to Australia’s presence at the Venice Biennale? Maybe because they can no longer run their own show.
A new arts lobby group will crunch cultural spending by federal electorate, and use focus groups to hone a pro-culture message, reports Ben Eltham. But will it work?
An underground conference and a new think tank announcement from the top end of town show that Australian culture is starting to mobilise.