Art and the Economy
Vol 12 no 3, 1992
What does the recession mean for artworkers? Looks at all the hard issues providing for the art worker a guide to the economy. Includes reflections on people and place, artists exchange with the usual abundance of reviews and points of view. Reviews
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Art, Sports Stars and the Depression: Knocking at the Door of the Special WorldAuthor: Mr Nelson English, feature
Our sports stars are successful because they are not burdened by funding programs which dribble a meagre supply to an army of unknown novices....the arts need radical strategies to help them survive the recession and achieve greater audience participation. (this article is responded to by Norm Austin, the Deputy Director of the Art Gallery of NSW).
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Articles in this issue
- Book review: Demystifying Art Criticism
- Book review: Incomplete Identities: A Critical Study of the Work of Mike Parr
- Book review: The Money, the Means and the Info...
- Feature: A Response to 'Incidental Benefits'
- Feature: A response to the Article by Nelson English
- Feature: Aboriginal Art, the Nation State Suburbia
- Feature: Art, Sports Stars and the Depression: Knocking at the Door of the Special World
- Feature: Arts and the Economy?
- Feature: Culture as Transformation: ARX
- Feature: Dialogue with Thailand
- Feature: Incidental Benefits: Arts Industry Rhetoric and Policy Objectives
- Feature: Managing ARX
- Feature: Predicaments of Furniture Design
- Feature: Proposals from Invisible Worlds
- Feature: The Artist, the Gallery and the Recession
- Feature: The Arts- Survival of the BIGGEST?
- Feature: The Australia Shop -- EXPO 92 Seville
- Feature: The Brush-Off Syndrome: Stage Design, History and Visual Art in Adelaide
- Feature: The Business of Art
- Feature: The Ham Museum ARCO 1992
- Feature: The Recession and the Arts
- Feature: The Silence of the Lambs: Before Leaving for a Trip Abroad
- Feature: There's Magic in your Hands
- Feature: Towards a Legitimate Interest
- Feature: Vicious Circles: Women's Exclusion from Contemporary Visual Art
- Feature: What is Australian Work?
- Review: A Belgian Artist's Work in Tasmania
- Review: Between the Clues Lies the Evidence
- Review: Give Me a Home Among the Gum Trees...
- Review: Metaphors of Mortality: Catherine Truman
- Review: Putting in the Boot - Nicely
- Review: Sites in Relation to Themselves
- Review: The Fourth Side of the Triangle: Bronwyn Oliver
- Review: Uncertainly Thinking