08 November 2011
This report tracks and analyses private sector income of Australia Council funded key organisations for the years 2008 to 2010.
International visas and taxation: a guide for performing arts organisations in Australia and New Zealand
03 September 2010
Each year hundreds of Australian and New Zealand artists perform overseas. This guide helps navigate the sometimes complex processes surrounding visas, work permits and taxes when preparing to tour internationally.
22 June 2010
These reports were commissioned in 2004 to assess what is currently being done, and what needs to be done, to increase access to the performing arts and museums & galleries in Australia for people with a disability.
27 April 2010
This presentation shows the benefits of a multi-year program of research, giving guidance on a number of aspects of ‘brand’ when it comes strategic and tactical marketing, communications, and programming - where each component builds on the other to produce dramatic cumulative results.
27 January 2009
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?
31 December 2008
An independent evaluation has found that Australia’s six symphony orchestras have made a smooth transition to become fully independent companies following their divestment from the ABC.
01 December 2008
The writer's guide to making a digital living was developed through the Australia Council's Story of the Future project in 2008 to explore the craft and business of writing in the digital era.
01 November 2008
Around 950 people met in Alice Springs from 3-5 October 2008 for Regional Arts Australia's sixth biennial conference, art at the heart. The central focus of the conference was artistic and cultural exchange and cross-cultural collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and cultural workers in regional and remote contexts.
30 October 2008
This report documents the findings of Bronwen Fallens, a Churchill Fellow, who in 2002 undertook research into programming and marketing to youth audiences (18 – 35 years) within the international arts community (USA, Singapore, UK).
28 October 2008
In 'Making the most of your website - How to optimise your website to attract and retain visitors' Vicki, who has headed marketing departments in Internet and arts organisations across three continents, talks about the important things you need to do to maximise the effectiveness of your website.