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Establishing a baseline understanding of the quantum and trends in expenditure on culture by all levels of government over the last decade, this report presents findings and opportunities based on meaningful comparisons between different years, levels of government and areas of expenditure.
This plan acknowledges the commitment and practice of the artists and makers of South Australia and sets out a roadmap to navigate the next five years with six goals and priorities. It aims to guide the growth of and investment in the state’s leadership in...
This report provides a starting point for the development of more substantial research into the composition and organisational cultures of creative sector organisations, and the causes for CALD under-representation in these organisations.
The document sets out the framework which will guide the activity of Saudi Arabia’s first Ministry of Culture. It identifies how the Ministry of Culture defines culture and the sectors.
This report includes case studies of 11 venues in the Inner West LGA to enhance understanding of the needs and challenges faced by creative space operators in the area. The case studies were compiled through observational site visits and semi-structured interviews with 16 space managers...
Cultural and creative industries are increasingly acknowledged as important components and drivers of growth in the modern, knowledge-based economy. However, these industries are also complex to define and the economic value remains difficult to measure—more difficult than many other industries which are more neatly characterised....
A qualitative analysis of the cultural and creative industry sector in Tasmania.
This issue of CAMEo Cuts offers a new take on the enduring idea of the cultural ‘fringe’.
The status of the fringe – as an edgy, heterodox and counter-cultural alternative to the mainstream – has long been seen as a source of new, avant-garde...
This paper highlights the significant exclusions of those from working class origins, women and those from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds across the cultural and creative industries, which include the arts, music, publishing, advertising and IT.