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This project investigates the cultural and economic value of Australian music exports. It is the first methodological study of how Australian artists are developed internationally through government and industry programs. Assessing the effects of globalisation and digitisation in the creation of Australian music exports, the project aims to identify strategies for improving exposure in the changing international landscape. It will assess cultural and economic value, consider trends and changes resulting from inclusion of new media technologies and provide insight into the growth of local markets within a globalised context.
A report says “radical, bold action and a sense of collective responsibility” are needed to transform inclusion practices in the arts sector.
New provisions for culture have been added to Scottish planning law, providing arts organisations with what campaigners described as “a way to be part of the conversation”.
Tradition Now, the festival presented by the National Concert Hall (NCH) and the Arts Council, running from the 1st to 6th October, has today announced the full line-up for the week-long celebration of traditional music. The festival celebrates the most innovative traditional music of today, taking a unique look at traditional music in a modern-day Ireland and also honours past greats.
Facilitating and promoting musical arts education in Seychelles and Africa will be the focus of an international conference to be held in the island nation next month.
The State Music Works is a center for cultural heritage and cultural life within music, theater and dance. The authority includes the Performing Arts Museum, the Music Platform, the Swedish Visual Library, Caprice Records, the Music and Theater Library and the Electronic Music Studio.