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Sam Walsh is one of the latest members to join the board of the Australian Council for the Arts

Sam Walsh joins Australian Council board

The Australian Council for the Arts has welcomed former Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh and fellow Western Australian Kate Fielding to its board. 

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Let's hope Sam lobbies for a fair share of Australia Council funding for WA. It will come as no surprise that, as with GST, WA arts companies get far less than other states.

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