Making Art Work: An Economic Study of Professional Artists in Australia is the latest iteration of the Macquarie University study of professional artists for the Australia Council. The series tracks trends in the lives and working conditions of Australian artists over 30 years and identifies challenges and opportunities for artists’ careers into the future.
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Making Art Work: An Economic Study of Professional Artists in Australia tracks trends in the lives and working conditions of Australian artists over 30 years and identifies challenges and opportunities for artists’ careers into the future. Selected professional artists share some of their experiences.
Showcasing Creativity reports on the level and types of First Nations performing arts programming in Australia’s mainstream venues and festivals; the presenting of works to audiences; and the motivations and obstacles for presenters and producers.
This project explores conditions and strategies needed for musicians to sustain successful portfolio careers.
This project investigates the cultural and economic value of Australian music exports. It is the first methodological study of how Australian artists are developed internationally through government and industry programs.
Sound Practice aimed to improve occupational health of Australia’s professional orchestral musicians. The research involved a collaboration between research academics from the The University of Sydney and the 8 major orchestras of Australia.
Arts Nation: An Overview of Australian Arts is a new report which provides evidence as a catalyst for informed discussion about arts and culture in Australia. It will be an evolving report which fills a critical gap by creating and interpreting a set of national indicators to increase our understanding of the Australian arts industry.