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Making Art Work: latest Throsby study released by Australia Council

In case you missed it, the Australia Council released the latest report in the series of analyses of artists and their working environment that have been produced by Macquarie economist David Throsby over the past 30 years. This latest report, Making Art Work: An Economic Study Of Professional Artists In Australia, produced by David Throsby and Katya Petetskaya, highlights changes in education and training, career progression and a whole host of other factors surrounding working artists in Australia, between 1988 and 2016. The report is available at: http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/research/making-art-work/

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