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Once considered to be of low value, a Bachelor of Arts is now increasingly important to employers due to the complex analysis skills, understanding of emotional empathy and leadership traits that these degrees cultivate among students.
The 20 participants of the Arts Leaders program will embark on a 12 month journey of leadership activities aimed at further embedding strong leadership across the artforms.
The great art created by artists with disability, and participation of people with disability in the arts, are integral to the artistic and cultural life of Australia. This summary brings together findings from Australia Council research publications and a research overview compiled by the Meeting of Cultural Ministers to build the evidence base about disability and the arts.
The Chair of Regional Arts Australia (RAA), Simon Spain has announced the appointment of Ros Abercrombie as the new Executive Director for the organisation. Ros will commence in the role next month.
It is now only four months until we welcome the international arts and culture community to Kuala Lumpur for the 8th World Summit on Arts and Culture, which we are co-hosting with the National Department of Culture and Arts (JKKN). Which means this month we are all about the Summit! Registration is now open and in this issue we share some of the compelling reasons why you should join us
For decades, the idea of a National Indigenous Arts and Cultural Authority (NIACA) has emerged in recognition of the unique place Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts holds as the world’s premier continuous cultural tradition.