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Article by Miikka Pyykkönen and Heidi Stavrum
This year’s Pacific Arts Association Conference which opens next Monday 27th promises to be rich in selections not just for the arts enthusiasts, but for those interested in tapping into their creative sides. The Pacific chapter of the Pacific Arts Association is pleased to present this year’s conference which is inspired by American anthropologist and curator of Oceanic ethnology, Adrienne Kaeppler who posed the idea that a key role that art plays in Pacific societies is to ‘make the invisible, visible”.
AN unique pilot employment scheme created by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland has supported 89 new entry level jobs in the creative industries, a sector which in the UK is growing at three times the rate of the wider economy and generate nearly £85 billion a year.
Australian artists earn about a fifth less than most other workers and many have to take on other jobs to help make ends meet, a study shows.
New research highlights the interplay between the arts and the creative industries, at a time when ministerial responsibility for the two sectors has been separated by the DCMS.