Audiences and cultural participation

Children, their parents and the arts: some guidelines for working with parents of young children

01 January 2005

A useful guide for arts and cultural organisations, policy makers, early childhood educators and researchers of children's development.

Heartwork: great arts stories from regional Australia

01 January 2004

Profiles and celebrates the huge range of artistic activity occurring beyond Australia's metropolitan centres, providing inspiration and models for creators in regional and remote communities.

Review and evaluation of the Australian Performing Arts Market 1994-2002: summary and response

01 January 2004

The Australia Council for the Arts' Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) is the major showcase of Australian contemporary performing arts to international and national presenters and producers.

Review of theatre for young people in Australia

01 December 2003

A detailed overview of current issues within the subsidised theatre for young people sector in Australia.

Multimedia, multiculturalism and the arts

01 December 2003

A report commissioned by the Australia Council for the Arts to address the question: are multimedia trends in Australia leading to increasing homogeneity or do they suggest tools for cultural pluralism?


01 February 2003

A newsletter of the Australia Council for the Arts containing information about arts in a multicultural Australia.

National survey of reading, buying and borrowing books

01 September 2001

Key findings of a national telephone survey to establish patterns of reading, buying and borrowing of books for pleasure.

Professional development for multicultural arts workers: critical issues for action

01 March 2001

Reports on professional development experiences and needs of multicultural arts workers in Australia.

Australians and the arts

01 January 2001

This report takes on a journey through Australian life by looking at how Australians think and feel about the arts. The report looks deeply into how the arts might play a larger role in our public and personal lives.

The taxidriver, the cook and the greengrocer: the representation of non-English speaking background people in theatre, film and television

01 November 2000

The findings of this report prompt some fundamental questions about how well and how fully the arts community draws upon the extraordinary diversity in our community. It asks how we react to and what we experience on our stages and screens and ultimately how we then present ourselves on the world stage.

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