The NAVA Quarterly is NAVA's visual arts industry journal produced for NAVA members. It is published in themed issues four times a year and examines the issues facing Australian visual arts practitioners and the sector.
Regular featues include Artist Profiles, States in Focus - a closer look at the visual arts in two states/territories, Member Profiles and the popular Deckchairs - who's coming and going in the visual arts.
To find out more about becoming a NAVA member and the benefits to you just visit the Join NAVA area of the website or if you are a representative of a library you can buy a subscription to the NAVA Quarterly from the online Shop.
In this issue, contributors investigate the development of cross-sector interaction and the relationships formed between visual artists, craft, design and media arts practitioners and non-art organisations, government and the commercial sector. Contributors explore the benefits to artists, businesses and the wider community from mutual engagement. This issue of the NAVA Quarterly has been redesigned to respond to reader feedback in the recent survey NAVA conducted. Let us know what you think.