The Herald and The Age bring extra depth and range to Australian arts coverage

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The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age will significantly increase the depth and range of arts criticism and reviews thanks to a grant from CopyrightAgency and the JN_Institute

andto increase the breadth and depth of its arts criticism, especially in some of the less high-profile fields.

Copyright Agency CEO Adam Suckling said informed arts reviews and criticism were vital to the success of Australia's creative industries.

 

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