The Australian Government

A new National Cultural Policy - Revive

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The Australian Government | Tuesday, 31 January 2023

The Australian Government released its landmark National Cultural Policy—Revive: a place for every story, a story for every place, on 30 January 2023.

Revive is a five-year plan to renew and revive Australia's arts, entertainment and cultural sector.
It delivers new momentum so that Australia's creative workers, organisations and audiences continue to thrive and grow, and so that our arts, culture and heritage are re-positioned as central to Australia's future.

The centrepiece of Revive is the establishment of Creative Australia, which will restore and modernise the Australia Council for the Arts.

With an additional $199 million in funding over 4 years from 2023-24, Creative Australia will provide greater strategic oversight and engagement across the sector.

Within Creative Australia, a dedicated First Nations-led Board will be formed.
This is critical to self-determination, supporting the telling of First Nations histories and stories, and to strengthening the capacity of First Nations creative workers.

Recognising creative sector workers as vital contributors to our national culture and economy, Revive will establish a Centre for Arts and Entertainment Workplaces within Creative Australia.
It will provide advice on issues of pay, safety, codes of conduct and welfare across the sector.

Creative Australia will also establish Music Australia, to support the Australian music industry to grow, including through strategic initiatives and industry partnerships, research, skills development and export promotion.

Writers Australia will also be established within Creative Australia, to provide direct support to the literature sector from 2025, including for writers and publishers, to grow local and international audiences for Australian books and establish a National Poet Laureate for Australia.


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