Audiences and cultural participation
07 October 2011
Connecting:// arts audiences online explores how arts organisations can use the internet to build audience engagement and drive attendance. It highlights key opportunities for arts organisations to enhance audience engagement online.
31 May 2011
Get Reading 2010 commissioned market research into Australians’ reading habits.
23 November 2010
A 2002-03 Australian Bureau of Statistics survey collected information on performing arts festivals which lasted more than two consecutive days and were either multifaceted or had a primary focus in one of the performing arts genres.
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.
18 December 2009
This podcast of the third event in the Australia Council Speaker Series features Eric Booth, one of America’s leading experts on arts-learning and creativity, and advisor to the Musicians National Service Initiative.
17 December 2008
About 65 per cent of Australians aged 15 years and over attended the cinema in the 12 months prior to interview, according to a 2005-06 survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
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.
10 September 2008
Explores the partnership strategy of the national youth arts cross-media festival "noise".
30 July 2008
Over 70 per cent of Australian children visit a public library, museum or art gallery, or attend a performing arts event outside school hours, according to a recent survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
30 July 2008
About three-quarters of all Australian children read for pleasure, according to two surveys conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.