Opinions and speeches
26 October 2012
12 April 2011
With the launch this month of a national organisation to promote Australia poetry on new platforms, Susan Hayes, Director of Literature at the Australia Council, goes looking online for excellent poetry.
30 March 2011
...Perhaps this commercialised image is what makes 'leadership' such a dirty word to many artists...
23 March 2011
Australia Council's Director of Dance, Carin Mistry, discusses Australian dancers and companies gaining international exposure.
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. This was the message of Kathy Keele, CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts, to one of the country’s largest gathering of artists, art workers, volunteers and policy makers now meeting in Launceston to re-imagine the future of the arts in Australia.
26 May 2010
Kathy Keele, CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts, speaks at the 17th Biennale of Sydney. Addressing Australian and international artists and collaborators whose works features in the Biennale, Kathy announces the Nick Waterlow OAM Curatorial Fellowship
26 May 2010
Kathy Keele, CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts, addressed the Sydney Writers Festival 2010. She discussed recent developments in digital publishing technologies, books and ways that creating books is changing. She also explored the Australia Council for the Arts' initiatives to enhance the arts in a digital world.
05 March 2010
Kathy Keele, CEO of the Australia Council, launches More than bums on seats: Australian participation in the arts.
17 February 2010
Kathy Keele, the CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts, addressed The Digital Revolution: Publishing in the 21st Century symposium - a landmark two-city event hosting discussions about the impact and opportunities of digital publishing. Kathy’s address to the symposium on 17 February 2010 focused on the importance of digital mediums, and welcomed the participants to the event.
03 September 2009
Kathy Keele, the CEO of the Australia Council for the Arts, addressed a two day national conference gathered in Melbourne to explore methods by which the arts can build civic engagement. Kathy’s opening address to the conference, ReGenerating Community, 2-4 September 2009, focused on how we recognise excellence in community art making.