Three short articles by Tully Barnett, Julian Meyrick and Justin O’Connor
- ‘A New ‘Policy Imaginary’ for Australian Art and Culture’, Artshub 12 August 2021
- ‘Exit Strategy: A New Vision for Art and Culture’? Artshub 10 July 2021
- ‘The Limits of Advocacy’ The Conversation 18 June 2021, reprinted Artshub 21 June 2021.
- Justin O’Connor, ‘Music as Industry’, in Loudmouth: Music Trust e-Magazine, 1 May 2021
- Justin O’Connor, ‘The Great Deflation: Arts and Culture after the Creative Industries’ in Making and Breaking, Issue 2: The Post-Contemporary, 2021
- Justin O’Connor, ‘Art and Culture After Covid-19’ in RESHAPE Journal, 14 Dec 2020
- Justin O’Connor, ‘Art as Industry’ in Wake in Fright blog, 20 June 2020
- Justin O’Connor and Mark Banks, ‘Remake/Remodel: Arts and Culture after Covid’ in Tribune Magazine, 8 Nov 2020
- Justin O’Connor, ‘Blue Wedge: Art, Culture and ‘the Elite’’, Griffith Review 73 ‘Hey Utopia!’, 55-69, July 2021
Precarity and the Pandemic
- Doris Ruth Eikhof (2020) ‘COVID-19, inclusion and workforce diversity in the cultural economy: what now, what next?’, Cultural Trends, 29:3: 234-250
- Ben Eltham “Creative industries inquiry demonstrates need for national cultural policy as hearings continue” (ArtsHub)
- Mark Banks & Justin O’Connor (2021) Editorial: Art and Culture in the Viral Emergency, Cultural Trends, 30:1, 1-2
- Banks, M and O’Connor, J (2020) ‘”A Plague on your Howling”. Art and Culture in the Viral Emergency’, Cultural Trends, 30:1, 3-18
- Banks, M. and O’Connor, J. (2021) ‘Sowing in Dark Times: Art and Culture in the Interregnum’, TEME Magazine (Magazine published by the Trade Union for Theatre and Media Finland), 16 June 2021
- Pacella, J, Luckman, S and O’Connor, Justin (2020) ‘Fire, Pestilence and the Extractive Economy: Cultural Policy after Cultural Policy’, Cultural Trends 30:1: 40-51
WPA and Public Employment
- Arlene Goldbard and François Matarasso (2020) The Arts and the State in Times of Crisis: The Prospect of a New WPA. A discussion of direct support schemes for artists since the New Deal.
- See more of Arlene’s writing on this here:
- See also Hakim Bishara (2021) ‘NYC Launches a $25M WPA-style Recovery Program for the Arts’
- In response: Arlene Goldbard (2021), ‘One and One-Half Cheers for NYC’s City Artist Corps‘
- Kate Oakley and David Boyle (2018) Co-operatives in the Creative Industries
- Greig de Peuter, Bianca C. Dreyer, Marisol Sandoval, and Aleksandra Szaflarska. 2020. Sharing Like We Mean It: Working Co-operatively in the Cultural and Tech Sectors. Cultural Workers Organize.
- Bianca C. Dreyer, Greig de Peuter, Marisol Sandoval, and Aleksandra Szaflarska. 2020. The Co-operative Alternative and the Creative Industries: A Technical Report on a Survey of Cooperatives in the cultural and technology sectors in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Cultural Workers Organize.
- Simon Borkin/ NESTA (2018) Platform Co-operatives – Solving the Capital Conundrum
- New Economics Foundation (2018) Co-operatives Unleashed
- On Precarity and co-operatives, using SMART as example: Annalisa Murgia , Sarah de Heusch (2020) “It Started with the Arts and Now It Concerns All Sectors: The Case of Smart, a Cooperative of ‘Salaried Autonomous Workers’” in Stephanie Taylor and Susan Luckman (eds) Pathways into Creative Working Lives. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Local Thinker in Residence: Guy Turnbull (2018) Towards a Co-operative State: Securing the Social and Economic Prosperity of South Australia through Corporate Diversity.
- The Green Institute ran a seminar on co-ops: Talking Cooperatives For A Democratic Covid Recovery
Universal Basic Income
- From The New Economy Foundation Australia: Basic Income Australia
- The Green Institute seminar: Is Democracy Possible Without UBI?
- They also ran a poll reported on ABC news: A majority of Australians would welcome a universal basic income, survey finds.
- Troy Henderson, Ben Spies-Butcher and Ben Phillips: Has COVID-19 Opened the Door to an Australian Basic Income?
- An argument for BI for artists (Canada): A Public Letter from the Arts Community for a Basic Income Guarantee.
- A more conservative argument for UBI: Anthony Painter and Chris Thoung (2015) Creative Citizen, Creative State: The Principled and Pragmatic Case for a Universal Basic Income.
- A Critical Perspective from the Left: Anna Coote and Edanur Yazici (2019) Universal Basic Income: A Union Perspective New Economics Foundation. There’s shorter version here.
- Daniel Zamora (2017) ‘The Case Against a Basic Income’ Jacobin Magazine 28th December.
- Ireland recently launched a pilot on UBI for artists as reported in the Irish Times
- Based on a report, also reported in the Irish Times.
- Report itself was published by Arts Council Ireland: Life Worth Living: The Report of the Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce
Beyond the Creative City
Art, Culture and the Foundational Economy by Justin O’Connor (UniSA CP3)
“Keeping Creative: Assessing the Impact of the COVID-19 Emergency on the Art and Cultural Sector & Responses to it by Governments, Cultural Agencies and the Sector” by Jess Pacella, Susan Luckman and Justin O’Connor (UniSA CP3)
South Australian Creative Industries: A Census Snapshot by Justin O’Connor and Ben Eltham
What Matters? Talking Value in Australian Culture (2018) Julian Meyrick, Robert Phiddian and Tully Barnett
You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something build a new model that makes the existing one look obsolete.
— Buckminster Fuller