23 April 2012
This report was commissioned in July 2011 by the Australia Council for the Arts to bring the research on the issue of women in creative leadership in Australia up to the present day, and provide a basis for the sector to discuss these issues and to reach agreement on some strategies to address the situation.
30 January 2012
Arts Victoria and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) commissioned research and evaluation of partnerships between schools and the professional arts sector in two stages, generating two reports.
08 November 2011
This report tracks and analyses private sector income of Australia Council funded key organisations for the years 2008 to 2010.
29 March 2011
Market Development commissioned Justin Macdonnell (Anzarts) in late 2010 to write the APAM scoping study. The scoping study aims to inform future directions and priorities for APAM.
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.
23 November 2010
According to a 2005-06 survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 38 per cent of people aged 15 years and over attended a performing arts event in the previous 12 months. This includes theatre, dance performances, musicals, operas and other performing arts events.
08 November 2010
The Securing the Future update is an annual report which tracks Australia’s major performing arts’ (MPA) companies’ progress in the areas of artistic vibrancy, access and financial viability.
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.
17 December 2009
This paper looks at what artistic vibrancy means, and the traits of an artistically vibrant company.
24 September 2009
The Music and Theatre Boards have jointly invested in a three-year initiative to stimulate the creation and development of engaging music theatre works in Australia.