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This guide is presented in a workshop format and steps users and participants through techniques for gathering information to assess the economic value, tourism impact and benefit of cultural tourism in a destination.
While Pierre-Auguste Renoir's masterpiece 'Luncheon of the Boating Party' is frequently admired as a paradigm of the Impressionist period, it also highlights how technology can change society. In the upper left hand corner of the painting, obscured by the awning, is a subtle rendering of...
This paper investigates the role that arts and humanities research plays in the innovation system.
Key findings:Arts and humanities research broadens our knowledge and provides new ideas that can be applied directly in innovation. For that research to be valuable,...
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...
This 2008 report brings together information shared by people working in archives, galleries, libraries and museums at the Digital Collections Summit convened by the Collections Council of Australia in 2006.
It also incorporates feedback received in respect of the Australian Framework and Action Plan...
To enable literary publishers and other literary organisations to distribute and market writing more effectively in Australia and increase the income of writers, this report provides a better understanding of the structure of the literary publishing industry and the potential readership for literary genres. This...
Effective governance is one of the most important aspects of running a successful arts organisation. But what makes a great board? What are a board?s responsibilities? And how do you attract terrific board members?
On Board is a short, easy-to-read guide to the basics...
The making solid ground review examined the Australia Council’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander key organisations program and new ways to support the national Indigenous arts infrastructure.
More than 180 people attended meetings and workshops held in 11 centres across Australia, including all capital...
The Australia Council's major performing arts board has produced a discussion paper on the impact of digital technology on the sector.There is no doubt that continuing advances in digital technology will affect the major performing arts (MPA) industry and force it to change its ways...
This publication is an edited collection of invited essays by presenters and panelists at a symposium of the same name which highlighted the growing body of evaluation and research from the general arts education field. They also featured specific work that relates to students with...