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Valuing the arts


Australian universities and societies weigh in on plans for a National Cultural Policy

Those working in Australia’s arts and humanities sector would be forgiven for feeling they have had rather a rough time in recent years.

The cost of studying most humanities subjects more than doubled under the Morrison government’s Job-ready Graduates Package, which aimed to encourage students to take subjects it felt could plug Australia’s skills gaps.

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