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Is creative industries policy really good for the arts?

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Brooke Boland

Collecting the arts under a broader creative industries umbrella has risks as well as opportunities.

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About the author

Brooke Boland is a Melbourne-based freelance writer. She recently completed her PhD on gender, translation and women's writing and has tutored undergraduates at Victoria University and the University of NSW.