Online Engagement
COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor Webinar sessions
Watch Tandi Palmer Williams, Managing Director, Patternmakers and Keir Winesmith, strategic consultant and academic working across digital and culture as they discuss findings from the Audience Outlook Monitor in relation to online arts engagement.

About the series

This webinar series explores different topics within the Audience Outlook Monitor and digs deeper into the results with industry experts. Fact sheets on each topic will be released weekly to inform the discussion.

The Australia Council is working with Patternmakers and WolfBrown to understand changes in behaviours and sentiments of arts-goers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, to support decision-making and forward planning across the arts sector. Baseline data for the Audience Outlook Monitor tracking study was collected in May in a cross-sector collaborative survey process involving 159 arts and culture organisations, including museums, galleries, performing arts organisations and festivals. Future data collection phases are planned for July and September 2020.

This webinar was held on Monday 15 June at 11:00am

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Past webinars

Performing arts
2 June -
The co-host of this session was Katherine Connor, Executive Director, PAC Australia.

Museums and galleries
10 June -
The co-host of this session was Alex Marsden, National Director, Australian Museums and Galleries Association.

First Nations
22 June - The co-host of this session is Wesley Enoch AM, Chair of the First Nations Arts Strategy Panel of the Australia Council for the Arts.

Fundraising, support and marketing
29 June -
The co-host of this session is Matthew Morse, Executive Director, Strategy and Programs, Creative Partnerships Australia.

Phase 2 research webinar
29 July -
Join Tandi Palmer Williams, Managing Director, Patternmakers to discuss key findings from Phase 2 of the Audience Outlook Monitor research.