A speaker prominent in public life is invited to give their insight into the business of the arts. This series brings together the arts and the corporate sectors in recognition of the increasing responsibility for arts governance that the business world is accepting as board members, sponsors and patrons.
Celebrating its tenth year, Platform Papers is an influential quarterly series of essays by leading arts practitioners providing background and reflective proposals for change on topical artistic, ethical and political issues relating to the arts in areas ranging from theatre and dance, film and television to cultural policy, employment, censorship, the digital world and the creative economy.
Now required reading in green rooms and board rooms, Platform Papers are a significant feature in the landscape of our national conversation.
Education has the power to change lives and break the cycle of disadvantage.
The Learning for Life program provides emotional, practical and financial support to help disadvantaged children and young people with their education to improve a young person’s chances to create a better economic future for themselves.
Established in Australia in 1947, the British Council is the UK’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations.
The British Council works in partnership with a wide range of Australian organisations in the arts, education, science and intercultural relations.