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Cultural policy and Australia's national cultural heritage: issues and challenges in the GLAM landscape
journal contributionposted on 06.12.2017, 00:00 by Wendy DavisWendy Davis, K Howard
In 2012 the Australian Commonwealth government was scheduled to release the first dedicated policy for culture and the arts since the Keating government’s Creative Nation (1994). Investing in a Creative Australia was to appear after a lengthy period of consultation between the Commonwealth government and all interested cultural sectors and organisations. When it eventuates, the policy will be of particular interest to those information professionals working in the GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) environment. GLAM is a cross-institutional field which seeks to find points of commonality among various cultural-heritage institutions, while still recognising their points of difference.