ANA Media Mentions

Change the conversation: why Australia’s arts advocates need a new approach (The Guardian, 19 June 2021)

Creating a national arts plan (ArtsHub, 7 June 2021)

What next for a national arts policy? (ArtsHub, 2 June 2021)

Imagining 2030: A New Approach sets the horizon on a national cultural policy (ArtsHub, 29 May 2021)

Phoenix rising: philanthropically funded cultural centre in Sydney tests its wings (The Guardian, 15 January 2021)

Eight new year’s resolutions for hope in the arts (ArtsHub, 12 January 2021)

2020: The year’s news in review (ArtsHub, 23 December 2020)

‘I need to shut it down fast’: How our leisure activities came to a sudden halt (Sydney Morning Herald, December 2020)

Debating the Creative Economy – Reflections on the Creative Economy panel at the AAH Symposium (ArtsHub, 24 November 2020)

Webinar by A New Approach: Overview of the first five reports [YouTube] (CREATE Centre, 18 November 2020)

‘Not defensible, not debatable’: Charlotte Wood makes impassioned plea for Australian writers (The Guardian, 13 November 2020)

It’s not about ‘we’re special’: why it’s crunch time for the arts sector (Good Weekend, 2 October 2020)

Call for greater support for local arts and culture (Mirage News, 18 September 2020)

Women’s Health Week Q&A with Kate Fielding (Queen Victoria Women’s Centre, 3 September 2020)

State arts service organisations: effective, engaged but endangered (The Conversation, August 14 2020)

At moments like these, we need a cultural policy (The Conversation, August 7 2020)

A New Approach makes tackling policy for the next decade easy (ArtsHub, 29 July 2020)

The problem with arts funding in Australia goes right back to its inception (The Conversation, 25 May 2020)

Minister Paul Fletcher: Perceptions of Arts, Culture and Creativity (interview with Kate Fielding, 21 May 2020)

Arts venues slowly opening back up, with restrictions (ABC Radio National Breakfast, 21 May 2020)

Most Australians enjoy local art and cultural events, a new study has found (Channel 7 Sunrise, 21 May 2020)

Official: Aussies love a bit of arts and culture (The Australian, 21 May 2020)

Arts and culture are vital as we recover, says middle Australia (Canberra Times, 21 May 2020)

We value our theatres, cinemas and museums – now when will they be back? (Canberra Times, 21 May 2020)

Our creative community’s collapse is without precedent: the case for a 40% funding boost (Sydney Morning Herald, 23 April 2020)

In the arts, as in sport, government grants must be seen to be above reproach (The Australian, 3 February 2020)

Cultural workers can roll up sleeves to heal our charred communities (opinion piece by Kate Fielding, The Australian, 20 January 2020)

Increase arts budgets to improve school performance, healthcare and exports, says Rupert Myer (The Australian, 2 December 2019)

New report confirms arts’ benefits for health, aging and wellbeing (ArtsHub, 1 December 2019)

New report shows decline in arts funding over past decade (Books + Publishing, 1 October 2019)

Government arts spending drops (Government News, 1 October 2019)

Federal arts funding in Australia is falling, and local governments are picking up the slack (The Conversation, 30 September 2019)

A new study puts councils’ contribution to arts and culture at 26.2 per cent of the national total (Institute of Public Works and Engineering, 18 September 2019)

Arts news — what even is a museum? (ABC Radio National Arts Program, 11 September 2019)

Cultural snapshot reveals diminishing investment (opinion piece by Kate Fielding, The Australian, 10 September 2019)

Arts spend up but behind world’s best (The Australian, 10 September 2019)

Riding the Waves of Culture (The Australian, 10 September 2019)

Culture think tank gears up with new team (The Australian, 15 May 2019)