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Artistic vibrancy a new measure of success

14 September 2010

The Australia Council for the Arts has become one of the world’s first funding agencies to tackle the issue of how to measure the artistic vibrancy of the companies it funds.

Rose Hiscock appointed new Executive Director of Arts Development

27 August 2010

The Australia Council for the Arts today announced the appointment of Rose Hiscock as its new Executive Director of Arts Development.

Regional artists earn less but love the life

26 August 2010

Australians are showing an unprecedented love of the arts, but our artists remain amongst the lowest paid in our society – especially in regional Australia.

Health check for careers of Australian artists

17 August 2010

Artist Careers, two research projects released today by the Australia Council for the Arts, paints a comprehensive picture of the working lives of Australia’s 44,000 professional artists.

Matchmaking in Western Sydney

07 August 2010

Western Sydney artists and NSW Aboriginal artists will soon have a mentor to help them raise funds and build relationships with philanthropists.

Investment delivers for visual artists

06 August 2010

A $90 million investment in the visual arts and craft sector has delivered significant benefits to individual artists and arts organisations, according to a report released today by the Australia Council for the Arts.

Arts cubed: join the digital challenge

27 July 2010

The What makes me website (, launched today by the Australia Council for the Arts, invites all Australians to share their own stories about what the arts add to their everyday lives.

Australia Council delivers international pathways for local bands

09 July 2010

The Australia Council for the Arts is giving 10 Australian bands the opportunity to take their music across the oceans through its International Pathways initiative, assisting contemporary musicians with the cost of touring internationally.

Business sees arts as good creative partners

08 July 2010

There is much potential for the arts to capitalise on the benefits they offer business, according to a new survey of corporate decision makers.

Arts marketers focus on technology and audience

11 June 2010

The sixth annual Australia Council for the Arts’ Marketing Summit begins at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane this Tuesday 15 June.

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