Opinions and speeches

Exposing Australia’s love affair with the arts

15 July 2014

What's a typical Australian? More than half of us have a parent who wasn't born here. Most of us live in a city large even by global standards.

Museo Carlo Billotti

09 July 2014

Are we practicing respect?

04 December 2013

Opinion: Cultural leadership in the theatre

30 March 2011

...Perhaps this commercialised image is what makes 'leadership' such a dirty word to many artists...

Opinion: Why the world stage is so important today for Australian dance?

23 March 2011

Australia Council's Director of Dance, Carin Mistry, discusses Australian dancers and companies gaining international exposure.

Kathy Keele speaks at the Opening of Junction 2010

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.

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