Now is the time to invest in the creative arts (2020)
The prime minister yesterday announced a package including $25m to ‘provide artists whose projects are funded by Creative NZ with jobs.’ An even more substantial investment in the creative arts will help drive our post-Covid recovery, argues Paul Millar.
CitationMillar P (2020). Now is the time to invest in the creative arts.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research36 - Creative arts and writing
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