Thinking About Arts Policy in the 2022 Election

Art is something we are exposed to daily, whether through music, TV, video games, books, paintings, and much much more. But, during this election cycle, we’ve heard little about the arts and the people who make them. Why is this? And how can we expect a future government to handle the arts?  To discuss these questions and more, today we were joined by Esther Antoleetis, an honorary associate professor at RMIT School for Arts, and deputy chair of Contemporary Arts Precincts, a charity based in Melbourne.

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