When artists can’t survive in a place making the art they want to make, they leave for a place where they can.
Labor’s proposed boost to arts funding comes after a decade of declining public support. Funding isn't the only problem the sector faces.
As column space shrinks, art journals close and writer fees go down, many are wondering what we will lose if arts journalism disappears.
Most artists earn below the minimum wage for their art. So how are they going to be able to afford a $700 Melbourne Festival ticket?
Communications and Arts Minister Mitch Fifield spent the first few months in the job repairing much of the damage his predecessor had on the arts.
The Australia Council had to turn away more than 100 arts organisations last year, after the federal government slashed OzCo's funding. How have those groups managed to survive the year? Crikey intern Kanika Sood finds out.
Why did George Brandis conduct the 2015 Excellence Raid? There is one very simple reason.
NSW is reworking its arts policy to a neocon agenda.