Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Australia's Creative and Cultural Institutions, 2020, no. 248
AuthorFensham, R; Rae, P; Beckett, J
Source TitleSubmission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Australia’s Creative and Cultural Industries and Institutions, 2020
PublisherParliament of Australia
University of Melbourne Author/sFensham, Rachel
AffiliationSchool of Culture and Communication
CitationsFensham, R., Rae, P. & Beckett, J. (2020). Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Australia's Creative and Cultural Institutions, 2020, no. 248. Parliament of Australia.
Access StatusThis item is embargoed and will be available on 2021-04-22
ARC Grant codeARC/LP160100047
A strong Australian cultural sector requires a carefully considered and strong policy foundation in which funding does not leave whole tranches of the sector at risk of simply disappearing. The sector is not simply a series of competing organisations, but rather a rich ecosystem of cultural organisations and supporting businesses and infrastructure. Any effective response needs to be attuned to this. Our research suggests a number of important strategic challenges for the Federal Government and we make a series of recommendations that could be more fully fleshed out in a policy framework for the creative and cultural industries in Australia.
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