Slipping through the cracks: museums and social inclusion in Australian cultural policy development 2007-2010
This article explores the actions taken by the Australian Government during the period of 2007-2010 in regard to its proposal to develop a new national cultural policy. Despite its stated commitment to the creation of opportunities for the re-articulation of existing publics and the formation of new ones, the newly elected federal government's social inclusion and productivity policies did not, at any stage, seek to draw a positive or causal association between museums and social change. This...[Show more]
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