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The term ‘the research shows…’ is often deployed because we find it difficult to justify art as true or good in its own terms. This opportunistic manipulation of art ends up seriously devaluing it.
A coalition of national arts organisations and leading Australian artists today pledged to promote the part played by all Australians in making the performing arts industry a national and international success.
Considers how artist space developments have been positioned and the arguments made to garner support for them, the advocacy strategies used, and the impacts claimed or anticipated.
Redford, singer John Legend and actress Kerry Washington, joined arts supporters from across the United States for Arts Advocacy Day in Congress. They urged legislators to restore funds for the National Endowment for the Arts to the high of $176 million received in 1992.
Equity has launched an online survey to discover the industry's views on whether the arts funding system should be changed.
Advocacy for the arts has become a lot easier in recent years. The idea that arts and culture are a critical component of building and maintaining a healthy, vibrant community is almost universally accepted, and there are all sorts of resources available to help strengthen the case for the arts.