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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

Honk if you love Untitled Goose Game

Why we should invest more in our indie game creators

Music that you help make: composition for video gaming draws on tradition and tech

Anchored by history and tradition, and enabled by cutting edge technology

Beatles: Abbey Road at 50 is a marker of how pop music grew up in the 1960s

Even at the end, they continued to point the way forward