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‘The Wall’ cemented Pink Floyd’s fame – but destroyed the band

It marked the last time the four members of the band would record an album together

Tory and Labour cultural policies leave arts organisations squeezed

Neither party’s pledges offer much hope to organisations that actually produce art

Local news outlets can fill the media trust gap – but the public needs to pony up

“It’s a slow-motion crisis, the effects of which we’re just beginning to see.”

The main problem with virtual reality? It’s almost as humdrum as real life

Many current offerings are sorely lacking in imagination

Not jobs and growth but post-capitalism

Creative industries show the way

What got lost between ‘cultural’ and ‘creative’ industries

If the price for government legitimation is the absorption of culture and its creativity by the economic, then it is too high

Screen Australia celebrates its work in gender equality but things are far from equal

It’s not only a matter of cultural representation and basic fairness: it makes marketing and business sense.

What lost photos of Blue Notes say about South Africa’s jazz history

The story of the Blue Notes is inextricable from apartheid’s exiling of the musical imagination