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A qualitative analysis of the cultural and creative industry sector in Tasmania.
Through an ethnographic approach in which five young children’s visits were documented in great detail, the article considers these in the light of children’s experiences of previous exhibitionary platforms and the relevance of Mona’s museological interventions for building their dispositions to art and broadening art...
Drawing on a large survey of visitors to the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona) in Tasmania, this article illuminates the origins, social aims and impacts of successful attempts to push art museums beyond what Hanquinet and Savage call ‘educative leisure’.
This study aims to better understand local engagement with the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) and shed light on potential socio-cultural transformation.
A productive cultural and creative sector is recognised as a marker of a vital and successful economy and a liveable community. This strategy sets out a framework for growing Tasmania’s cultural and creative industries.