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A new national cultural policy is an opportunity for a radical rethinking of the importance of culture in Australia

By Julianne Schultz AM, FAHA, Emeritus Professor of Media and Culture, Griffith University, Griffith University
Julian Meyrick, Professor of Creative Arts, Griffith University
Justin O'Connor, Professor of Cultural Economy, University of South Australia
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Breathing new life into a decade-old national cultural policy is a useful beginning. What is required now is an in-depth gestation period to position culture as a public good for the nation.The Conversation

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