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Cultural Policies in Australia

Cultural Policies in Australia

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Cultural policies in Australia offers an invaluable profile of arts and cultural polices across all spheres of government. It charts the development of federal and state cultural agencies, policy relating to all artforms, public and commercial media, Indigenous affairs, heritage, education, training and economic policy.

Cultural policies in Australia is available from www.australiacouncil.gov.au/culturalpolicies
Cultural policies in Australia offers an invaluable profile of arts and cultural polices across all spheres of government. It charts the development of federal and state cultural agencies, policy relating to all artforms, public and commercial media, Indigenous affairs, heritage, education, training and economic policy.

Cultural policies in Australia is available from www.australiacouncil.gov.au/culturalpolicies

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Published by: Australia Council for the Arts on Sep 14, 2011
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Cultural policiesin Australia
Proessor Margaret Seares AOwith assistance romDr John Gardiner-GardenJune 2011
 
Title: Cultural policies in Australia
ISBN: 978-1-920784-07-2Published by: Australia Council 2010Copyright: © International Arts Federation Services Pty Ltd (IAFS) trading as InternationalFederation o Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) This work is copyright. Apart rom any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, nopart may be reproduced by any process without prior written permission rom the IAFS.Requests and enquiries concerning reproduction and rights should be addressed to:IFACCA, PO Box 788, Strawberry Hills, NSW 2012, AustraliaEmail: ino@iacca.orgPhone: +61 2 9215 9018Fax: +61 2 9215 9111http://www.iacca.org
 
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 This prole o Australia’s cultural policies makesa timely contribution to the current discussionsprompted by the Australian Government’sproposal to release a cultural policy.
Cultural policies in Australia
oers an invaluablepicture o arts and cultural polices across allspheres o government and agencies concernedwith all artorms, screen culture, public andcommercial media, Indigenous aairs, heritage,education, training and economic policy. Theprole is an important addition to the many artsresearch resources now available on the websiteo the Australia Council or the Arts. The work, however, has a urther purpose.Since being a ounding member o theInternational Federation o Arts Councils andCulture Agencies (IFACCA), the Australia Councilhas benetted greatly rom this opportunityto share arts policy making expertise with ourcolleagues around the world.IFACCA (www.iacca.org) has been nominated bythe ounders o the highly regarded Compendiumo Cultural Policies and Trends in Europe (www.culturalpolicies.net), the Council o Europe(CoE) and the ERICarts Institute, to develop aninternational version o the Compendium. Thisinternational resource, WorldCP, will be a central,web-based and regularly updated databaseo country-specic proles o cultural policies.In the uture, it will also provide the capacity tomonitor and analyse global trends, providing aninvaluable tool or policymakers, researchers,advocates, civil society and the global community. This capacity or comparison is made possibleby all participating nations using a universal set o chapter and section titles or the presentation o the proles. The European Compendium contains culturalpolicy proles o 41 European countries andCanada. This Australian prole will be oneo the rst to be added to the internationaldatabase during its pilot phase in 2011. IFACCAis currently exploring adding similar proles orPacic, Asian and some Arab countries, withlonger term plans or proles o Arican and Latin American countries. Current plans are to launcha preliminary version o WorldCP.org, at the 5thWorld Summit on Arts and Culture, to be co-hosted by IFACCA and the Australia Council, inMelbourne in October 2011.I would like to congratulate Proessor MargaretSeares, a ormer chair o the Australia Council,or bringing to this pioneering work her deepknowledge o arts and cultural policy in Australia.I would also like to thank John Gardiner-Gardeno the Parliamentary Library o the Parliament o  Australia or his assistance. We are also grateulto the Oce or the Arts in the Department o thePrime Minister and Cabinet, or their eedback. Thanks too must go to Sarah Gardner, ExecutiveDirector o IFACCA, or initiating and guiding thisproject to publication. It should be noted that thisprole, while inormed by consultations with the Australia Council, IFACCA and ederal and statearts departments, is written independently and notormally endorsed by these bodies.I wish IFACCA well or the development o theirvisionary international compendium, and lookorward to the continued sharing o culturalpolicies around the world.
Kathy KeeleCEO
 Australia Council or the Arts
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