The National Government’s new National Cultural Policy – Revive – has been released and will set the course for Australia’s arts, entertainment and cultural sector for the next five years. The policy is intended to "bring drive, direction and vision back to the $17 billion industry – which employs an estimated 400,000 Australians."
Backed by $286 million in dedicated funding over four years, Revive’s centrepiece is the establishment of Creative Australia. Creative Australia will be the Government’s new principal arts investment and advisory body. The governing body of Creative Australia will continue to be known as the Australia Council.
Within Creative Australia four new bodies will be established:
Explore the policy and read analysis:
Read the new Revive policy in full
Prime Minister Albanese's statement
What the new national cultural policy could mean for Australia
Streaming platforms will soon be required to invest more in Australian TV and films
Revive writes the next chapter in Australian literary culture
Australia is to have a poet laureate – how will the first appointment define us as a nation?