Public policies that aim to facilitate cultural activities to serve effectively as industries are often regarded as a new phenomenon. This article argues that arts and cultural policies in Australia have reflected and complemented Commonwealth industry policy for most of their history. The significant change that has happened in the past twenty years is not so much a change to cultural policy, but rather a change in the notion of industries and their role in the national economy.
School of Communication and Creative Arts
Field of Research
160502 Arts and Cultural Policy
Socio Economic Objective
970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
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