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CCI supports the federation government’s initiative to develop a National Cultural Policy, the first since Creative Nation in 1994.
From the wide raft of aspirations, intentions and possibilities embodied in the Discussion Paper, this looks to be much more than business-as-usual in cultural policy....
Essentially, the story of the CCI has been to give substance to the link between creative industries and innovation, to explore its implications for our core academic discipline fields and several policy domains and, working with industry and community, to assist in its application in...
The Creative Economy report card of 2011 is a snapshot of Australian creative economy indicators.
Creative industries are advertising and marketing; architecture and design; visual arts; film, TV and radio; music and performing arts; publishing; software and digital content.
In their submission to the ABC and SBS Review, currently in progress, Stuart Cunningham and Terry Flew argue that how national public broadcasters respond to changes in the media environment arising from digitisation, convergence and changing societal needs and expectations can be best understood as...
Creative skills are widely distributed across economies, but their contributions to economic performance and social outcomes and their role in enabling nations and institutions to respond to competitive and other pressures are not well understood.
The British Government pioneered the...
Australia 2020's focus on traditional arts funding came at the expense of our creative growth sectors, writes Creative Australia delegate Stuart Cunningham, director of the CCi, for newmatilda.com.
This paper examines the methodologies used in this study, the metrics that have been identified as useful for seeing the patterns in the data and the first measurements from the application of the new ruler to the creative and related industries. Attempts to...
Previous attempts to measure the significance of the Australian creative production capacity and employment have underestimated their true extent.
The experimental methodologies developed in the Creative Industries National Mapping Project indicate that previous attempts to measure the significance of the Australian creative production capacity...
The terms Creative Industries and Creative Digital Industries are now widely used by business and government in similar ways to the more established terms of cultural sector, primary and manufacturing industries. But what are these industries?
Governments have been quick to see the potential...
What are some of the key emergent cultural practices in the twenty-first century? What is likely to gain ground and drive innovation? Stuart Cunningham explores these questions in this extract from Platform Papers 9, What Price a Creative Economy?