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Coordinated by Americans for the Arts, the 23rd Annual National Arts Advocacy Day brings together arts, education, entertainment, and policy leaders to develop strong public policies and support for increased public funding for the arts.
Arts Minister Peter Garrett today announced a fresh new name and 10 new author ambassadors for Australias largest annual promotion of books and reading.
A north east family have endured a week without art as part of the Arts Council's efforts to demonstrate that people take part in lots of art throughout their daily lives, sometimes without realising it - and just how important art is to a full life.
A ray of hope: With the rise of interactive online experiences, people are become more interested in participating in the arts instead of merely watching them, and new means of connecting with the world of culture offer novel, fresh experiences that undermine the more traditional allure of going to a public arts event. The demand for arts education is up, too.
Supporters of the arts have struggled to develop a national conversation that makes the case for robust, ongoing public support for the arts.
Blog: British theatre has grown better and broader than ever this decade. But unless we improve models of arts funding, that progress will be swept away.