Consultation re: cultural outcome schema

Consultation on the framework and schema development, mid-2012-2018

GROUP CONSULTED LOCATION, DATE NO. OF PARTICIPANTS EVENT
Artists, arts organisations November, 2018 13 Presentation:  Footscray Community Arts Centre FCAC Generate Evaluation
Local government professionals across the Asia Pacific Surubaya, Indonesia, September 2018. 35 Workshop: CDN presents its 6th workshop on cultural development planning and evaluation, in Surabaya, Indonesia. This is part of CDN’s role as advisor to the UCLG ASPAC Committee on Culture.
Policy organisation Melbourne, September 2018 1 Meeting: Australian Policy Observatory
Academics, students, practitioners. August 2018, RMIT University, Melbourne 25 Presentation: The 20th International Conference on Cultural Economics hosted by RMIT.
National Cultural Institution Canberra ACT, May 2018 9 Presentation: National Gallery of Australia
State Government Sydney, August, 2018 9 Presentation: Create NSW executive and policy managers
Cultural academics, professionals Estonia, August 2018 10 Presentation: ICCPR international conference in Estonia.
Local government professionals Jeju Island, South Korea, June, 2018 25 Workshops: Fifth presentation of workshops on cultural development planning for cultural tourism using CDN’s planning and evaluation framework.  This is part of CDN’s role as advisor to the UCLG ASPAC Committee on Culture.
Students and academics RMIT University, Melbourne, June, 2018 18 Presentation: RMIT Arts Management Masters students
Students and academics University of New South Wales, June 2018 12 Presentation: Masters students at NIDA, UNSW.
Melbourne business and cultural leaders Mar-18 21 Presentation: Arts Subcommittee of the Committee for Melbourne,
Cultural researchers and academics 28 Presentation: iNARPA (International Network for Audience Research in the Performing Arts)
Cultural Organisations’ Directors, CEOs and senior Executives Drill Hall, Melbourne, March, 2018 23 Presentation: GLAM Peak (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums),
Local government professionals Paramatta, March, 2018 15 Workshops; Four planning and evaluation workshops with cultural program managers at City of Parramatta.
Local government professionals City of Melbourne, October, 2017 18 Presentation: LGPro Arts and Culture Special Interest Group (SIG)
Community arts organisations and artists Healesville, October, 2017 165 Presentation: Yarra Ranges Creative Communities Forum
Australian and international cultural organisations development executives, Arts Centre Melbourne, August, 2017 135 Presentation: Culture Business 2017 Conference held at the Arts Centre Melbourne
University administrators and planners University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, August 2017 6 Presentation: University of Melbourne Engagement interested in using the measures and system for the new, and to be built, student precinct
ALIA Executive Deakin, ACT, August, 2018 1 Meeting: Australian Public Libraries Alliance (APLA)
Local government officers and executives Bondi Beach, New South Wales, May 2017 32 Workshop: City of Waverly and City of Randwick
National Cultural  Organisation Wellington-Melbourne, videoconference, May 2017 4 Presentation: Creative New Zealand
Artists Northcote Town Hall, City of Darebin, Victoria 9 Focus Group: City of Darebin focus group session
Ian Potter Foundation Art Grantees May, 2017 12 Presentation: Evaluation Forum organised by the Ian Potter Foundation for their arts grantees
Councillors and LG Executive Perth, May 2017 13 Presentation: Councillors and Executive of the City of Perth
Local government Albury, Coffs Habour, Wagga Wagga, Sydney 91 Workshops: Four Cultural Development Planning Workshops in partnership with LGNSW
Academic Sydney, May 2017 2 Meeting: David Throsby and colleague
Ars organisations and international students Melbourne, May 2017 15 Presentation: Cultural tourism students from Lahore, Pakistan and  Australian company Cultural Infusion
Regional arts organisations and artists Dubbo, October 2016 150 Public presentation: ArtsLand, Dubbo, NSW
Arts organisations Melbourne, November 2017 14 Presentation:  Footscray Community Arts Centre FCAC Generate Evaluation
Arts Organisations FCAC, Melbourne, November 2017 120 Public presentation: Arts West ‘Art of Measurement’ professional development forum
Academics, students, arts and culture sector experts and practitioners Melbourne, 2016 50 Public presentation: University of Melbourne,  Dr. Kim Dunphy presentation on the CDN outcomes schema
State Government Melbourne, November 2016 30 Presentation: All Jurisdictions Meeting
Academics Melbourne, 2017-2018 3 Regular meetings/revision: School of Economics, Finance and Marketing – RMIT University
Academics and students Melbourne, 30 Presentation: School of Arts, RMIT University
Organisation Melbourne, ongoing 3 Regular meetings/reviews: Creative Partnerships
Company Melbourne, ongoing 2 Regular meetings/reviews: Smarty Grants
Commercial company Melbourne, ongoing 3 Regular meetings/reviews: Cultural Counts
West Australian local government cultural development managers Perth WA, September 2017 25 WALGA and Chamber of Culture and the Arts, Forum on Culture and Planning
Western Australian local government councillors. WALGA State Conference 170 Outcomes in cultural planning and community engagement
Victorian local government managers and cultural development staff, elected reps Melbourne and regional Victoria 64 CDN Cultural Development Planning Forums
Bangkok senior local government managers RMIT University, Melbourne, June 2017 22 Presentation to Bangkok Metropolitan Administration
Asia-Pacific local government managers Jeju, Korea, May 2017 24 United Cities and Local Government Second Culture Summit
UNITAR Cifal Jeju, Cultural Tourism Forum Jeju, Korea, May 2017 16 CIFAL Jeju UNITAR (United Nations Institute for Training and Research)
Senior local government managers and planners Waverley and Randwick, NSW, May 2017 29 Waverley and Randwick Councils CD Planning workshop
Councillors and executives City of Perth, March 2017. 10 City of Perth Council briefing.
NSW local government cultural development managers Albury, Sydney, Coffs Harbour, Wagga Wagga, NSW, December 2016- March 2017 81 Local Government NSW workshops,
Victorian artists and artsworkers, cultural agency managers Melbourne, Australia, October/November 2016 Representatives of 90 arts orgs Creative Victoria Organisations Investment Program
New South Wales local government professionals regional NSW and Sydney, Australia, October, November 2016  30 Cultural development planning workshops, Local Government Association, NSW
Australian local government professionals, artists and artsworkers, cultural agency managers Dubbo, regional NSW, Australia, October 2016 11 Regional Arts Australia Conference
Cultural policy researchers, state and local governments managers Melbourne, Australia, September 2016 40 Research Unit in Public Cultures, University of Melbourne
Cultural Policy researchers Seoul, Korea, July 2016  17 International Conference of Cultural Policy Research
Cultural tourism managers and business from across the Asia-Pacific Jeju Island, Korea, July and September, 2016 25 United Cities and Local Government Asia-Pacific
Australian government professionals, artists and artsworkers, cultural agency managers National on-line, Australia, July 2016 65 Regional Arts Australia webinar, national on-line
Australian local government professionals, artists and artsworkers, cultural agency managers National on-line, Australia, June 2016 100 Re-imagining, Re-generating Regional Places, Regional Arts Australia webinar
New South Wales local government professionals and cultural agency managers Sydney, Australia, April 2016. 45 Local Government NSW Arts and Culture Seminar
Senior policy managers from the Federal Ministry for the Arts, Australia Council for the Arts Canberra, Australia, March 2016 12 Focus group
Victorian local government professionals and elected leaders Melbourne, Australia, March/June 2016 30 Municipal Association of Victoria Arts and Culture Committee
State government bureaucrats and managers Melbourne, Australia, March 2016 6 Presentation at Creative Victoria
Victorian local government professionals Melbourne, Australia, March 2016 30 Local Government Professionals Arts and Culture Committee
Representatives of seven state and territory local government associations and the national peak body for local government ALGA, Ministry for the Arts, Australia Council for the Arts and CDN, eight capital cities’ arts managers Melbourne, Australia, 19 National Local Government Cultural Forum
Academics and artists, local government professionals Melbourne, Australia, Nov 2015 10 Public Pedagogies Institute Conference, Melbourne
Evaluation professionals and academics Melbourne, Australia, Sept 2015 10 Australasian Evaluation Society Conference, Melbourne.
Academics and artists, regional development professionals Melbourne, Australia, Sept 2015 10 Regional Studies Association Conference
European artists, arts managers, policy-makers Paris, France, October 2014 50 Rethinking Cultural Evaluation: Going Beyond GDP, ENCATC Advanced Seminar
Academics Melbourne, Australia, June 2014 6 Social impacts of the arts forum, Deakin University.
South Australian local government professionals, artists and artsworkers Adelaide, SA, June 2014 40 Evaluation workshop, Regional Arts SA
Victorian local government professionals and elected leaders Melbourne, Australia, April—June 2014, May 2015 125 Cultural Development Planning workshops, by CDN
Academics and artists, local government professionals Melbourne, Australia, February 2014 10 Spectres of Evaluation Conference, University of Melbourne.
Evaluation professionals and academics Brisbane, Australia, September 2013 20 Australasian Evaluation Society Conference, Brisbane.
Victorian and NSW local government professionals, artists and artsworkers Albury, Australia, August 2013. 30 Workshop: Planning and evaluation for local cultural development, Murray Arts.
Australian and international government professionals, policy makers, bureaucrats, academics, artists and artsworkers Melbourne, Australia, 40 Making Culture Count conference, University of Melbourne.

Trial sites for the schema outcomes and/or planning framework

ORGANISATION ORGANISATION TYPE YEAR DESCRIPTION OF ENGAGEMENT
ArtsACT (ACT) Local government (Capital City) 2018-2019 Embedding the outcomes into its business plan that is currently being developed. artsACT is also reviewing its organisational funding model and is seeking to adopt the measures in future deeds and acquittals.
Banyule Council (VIC) Local government (Urban developed very large) 2017 Adopted the 5MCO’s for their Banyule Arts and Culture Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021.
Bass Coast Shire (VIC) Local government (Urban fringe medium) 2018-2019 Embedding the CDN Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema in their new Arts and Culture Plan..
Cardinia Shire Council (VIC) Local government (Urban fringe large) 2018-2019 Engaged CDN to assist with undertaking a baseline evaluation of one their festivals using the CDN outcomes schema and embedding the CDN Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema into their new arts and culture strategy.
City of Adelaide (SA) Local government (Capital City) 2017-2019 Embedded the 5MCO’s in their Cultural Strategy 2017-2023 and is currently a trial site for the Whitebox Outcomes Planning Platform.
City of Brisbane (QLD) Local government (Capital City) 2019 Embedding the terminology used in the Framework and Schema into Council and the way it communicates across 13 major organisations and three signature festivals. The environmental and economic teams of Council are interested in using the Schema of Outcomes.
City of Casey (VIC) Local government (Urban developed very large) 2018-2019 Embedded the Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema into their Arts and Cultural Development Strategy 2018 – 2022 and is currently a trial site for the Whitebox Outcomes Planning Platform.
City of Darebin (VIC) Local government (Urban developed very large) 2017-2019 Embedding the Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema into their new strategy. Currently a trial site for the Whitebox Outcomes Planning Platform.
City of Darwin (NT) Local government (Capital City) 2019 Currently reviewing the technical specifications of the Whitebox Outcomes Planning Platform for adopting within Council.
City of Melbourne (VIC) Local government (Capital City) 2017-2019 Embedded the 5MCO’s and some of the economic outcomes into their Creative Strategy 2018-28. Uses the Cultural Forum input/output data schema for their annual data collection activities.
City of Paramatta (NSW) Local government (Urban developed very large) 2017-2019 Engaged CDN to deliver a series of four workshops on the 8 step activity workflow within Whitebox. Is using the Outcome Schema to evaluate their activities. Currently a trial site for the Whitebox Outcomes Planning Platform.
City of Perth (WA) Local government (Capital City) 2018-2019 Adopted the Planning Framework and the Outcomes Schema in their Cultural Development Plan 2018-2024. Is currently a trial site for the Whitebox Outcomes Planning Platform. Has embedded the Cultural Forum input/output data schema into their annual data collection activities.
City of South Perth (WA) Local government 2018-2019 City of South Perth have prepared their draft Cultural Plan 2019- 2023 utilising the CDN Planning Framework
City of Stonnington  (VIC) Local government (Urban developed large) 2018 Engaged CDN to carry out an evaluation of a 4 year arts project using the CDN outcomes schema and 8 step activity workflow now in Whitebox.
City of Sydney (NSW) Local government (Capital City) 2017-2019 Working to an existing plan so the outcome measures have been retrofitted for its grants program. The City is keen to see Whitebox integrate with Smarty Grants and Culture Counts. Has embedded the Cultural Forum input/output data schema into their annual data collection activities.
City of Yarra (VIC) Local government (Urban developed large) 2018 Engaged CDN to carry out an evaluation of a VicHealth funded youth arts project using the CDN outcomes schema and 8 step activity workflow now in Whitebox.
Coffs Harbour (NSW) Local government (Urban regional large) 2017 Embedded the CDN outcomes schema into their Creative Coff Cultural Strategic Plan 2017-2022.
East Gippsland (VIC) Local government (Urban regional medium) 2019 Embedding the CDN Planning Framework and the CDN outcomes schema in their new Arts and Culture Plan.
Geelong Regional Alliance (Geelong, Golden Plains, Queenscliffe, Surf Coast and Colac Otway Shire) Regional local government alliance 2018 The Alliance invited CDN to conduct a workshop introducing the CDN Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema to councils within the Alliance.
Golden Plains Shire Council (VIC) Local government (Rural agricultural very large) 2018 Embedded the CDN Planning Framework and the CDN outcomes schema in their Arts and Culture Strategy 2018-2022
Local Government New South Wales 42 organisations (28 Regional and 14 Metro) including 39 NSW councils, 1 Service Org , one RADO, 1 interstate council who flew from Tasmania and one state wide org. 2017-2018 Engaged CDN to deliver a series of 6 full-day cultural development planning workshops across NSW (workshops held in Sydney, Wagga Wagga, Coffs Harbour, Albury).
Paying participants totalled 91 individuals / 42 organisations (28 Regional and 14 Metro). This included 39 NSW councils, 1 Service Org (MGNSW), one RADO, 1 interstate council who flew from Tasmania and one state wide org (MGNSW). Due to positive participant feedback, LGNSW engaged two local consultants to be trained by CDN in delivering these cultural planning workshops in future years.
Melton City Council (VIC) Local government (Urban fringe large) 2018-2019 Melton City Library to be a Whitebox trial site in 2019 as part ALIA trials (libraries nationally).
Mornington Penisula (VIC) Local government (Urban fringe very large) 2017 Engaged CDN to help integrate the CDN Planning Framework and CDN outcomes schema into their new strategy, prior to a change in department staff.
Nilumbik Shire Council (VIC) Local government (Urban fringe medium) 2017-2019 Embedded the CDN Planning Framework and the CDN outcomes schema in their new Arts and Culture Strategy.
Shire of Yarra Ranges (VIC) Local government (Urban fringe very large) 2018-2019 Embedded the CDN outcomes schema in their Creative Communities Strategy 2018. The Creative Communities Department has engaged CDN to increase the capacity of its grant recipients to undertake evidence-based
planning and evaluation that incorporates and measures outcomes from
the schema and 8 step activity workflow now in Whitebox. Is a Whitebox trial site 2019.
Southern Grampians Shire Council (VIC) Local government (Rural agricultural very large) 2018-2019 Engaged CDN to design and deliver community consultation for the Hamilton Gallery development plans utilising the CDN Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema.
Strathbogie Council (VIC) Local government (Rural agricultural very large) 2019 Engaged CDN to help integrate the CDN Planning Framework and CDN outcomes schema into their Arts and Culture Strategy 2019-2022 and overarching Council Plan.
Sunshine Coast (QLD) Local government (Urban developed very large) 2018-2019 Requested to join the 2016-2017 & 2017-2018 national input/output data collection project. Has embedded the Cultural Forum input/output data schema into their annual data collection activities.
Tamworth Regional City Council (NSW) Local government (Urban regional medium) 2018 Embedded the CDN Planning Framework and the CDN outcomes schema in their Tamworth Region Cultural Plan 2018-2023
Town of Bassendean (WA) Local government (Urban developed small) 2018 Embedded the CDN Planning Framework and the CDN outcomes schema in their Arts and Cultural Plan (in draft as of 2018)
Victorian Councils Local governments (40 attendees from regional locations,  32 were from metro areas.) 2017 CDN faciliated five full-day  (fee-paying) workshops on Cultural Development Planning  across Victoria (locations: Preston, Broadford, Traralgon, Hamilton, and Kerang) where participants were introduced to the planning framework and outcomes schema. The five workshops were attended by 72 participants; 67 of these were Victorian local government staff, while the remaining 5 were students, representatives from arts organisations or local artists.
Waverly Council (NSW) and Randwick Council (NSW) Local governments (Urban developed large and Urban developed very large) 2017-2018 Engaged CDN to help both councils consider how they might carry out cultural planning as merged councils.
Whittlesea (VIC) Local government (Urban fringe very large) 2017 The Community Cultural Development team engaged CDN in 2017 to help develop an internal cultural plan using the CDN Planning Framework and CDN outcomes schema.
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Arts Tasmania (TAS) and the Jeju Foundation for Arts and Culture (Korea) State government and international federal arts agency 2018-2019 Engaged CDN to evaluate a three-year international artists exchange between the two governments, using the CDN outcomes schema. Whitebox trial site 2018-2019
Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) National association 2018-2019 Engaged CDN to trial the five measurable outcomes in their national evaluation program. Melton City Library (VIC) will be the first trial site.
ArtsWest (VIC) Regional arts alliance in the western suburbs of Melbourne 2018-2019 Engaged CDN to carry out some data anaylsis in 2019. Is seeking to engage CDN to assist with embedding the CDN framework and outcomes schema into it’s new strategy.
United Nations Global Compact Cities Program and the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (Thailand) Bangkok senior local government managers 2017 Engaged CDN to deliver a full day workshop introducing the CDN Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema to local government representatives from Thailand.
Beyond Empathy (NSW) National arts organisations (AusCo funded) 2018-2019 Adopted the CDN outcomes schema for their evaluations
Create NSW (NSW) State Government Approached CDN to conduct a teleconference with 4 government staff on the Planning framework and outcomes schema
Creative New Zealand (NZ) International Federal Arts Agency 2017-2019 New Zealand arts agency Creative New Zealand have continued dialogue with CDN since 2016. They remain interested in the outcomes schema and planning framework and in 2018 held a meeting with CDN to have demonstration of Whitebox.
Creative Scotland (UK) International Federal Arts Agency 2018 Engaged CDN to conduct a teleconference with 4 government staff on the Planning framework and outcomes schema
Creative Victoria (VIC) State Government 2017-2019 Engaged CDN to align the national input/output data schema to thier OIP Assessment Reporting Framework. Undertaking a 4 year trial using the CDN outcomes schema for its Organisation Investment Program reporting. 90 leading arts organisations across Victoria are engaged in this trial. These organsiations are now in their third year (2019) of trialing the schema and evaluating against its outcomes.
Creative Lenses Final Conference: Culture and Business Models in Challenging Times A partnership of 13 organisations including cultural centres, international networks, universities, creative business incubators and cultural agencies from 9 European countries. 2019 Engaged CDN to present and deliver a workshop on the framework and schema in Finland.
Dionysus (consultant) (ACT) Cultural development company 2018-2019 Using the outcomes schema to evaluate events and projects
Global Districts Network International organisation 2018-2019 Has had an interest in outcomes schema since 2016 and is looking for an opportunities for its members to be introduced to the Outcomes Schema and has invited CDN to attend the next Summit for this to occur.
Ian Potter Foundation (VIC) Philanthropic organisation 2017-2018 Invited CDN to present the outcomes schema to their grantees as a first use of the measures with artists, and in the context of broader evaluation and measurement developments in the philanthropic sector.  Other philanthropic organisations were in attendance.
IFFACA International organisation 2018-2019 Invited as a guest to the IFFACA summit and to conduct meetings with arts agencies
Islamic Museum (VIC) Cultural institution 2018-2019 Has requested to be a Whitebox trial site in 2019
KALAAC, Country Arts WA,  Australian National University, Vanuatu Kaljoral Senta, Further Arts Vanuatu, Field Ready Ltd  (WA & Vanuatu) Various including: WA Kimberley Region’s Peak Indigenous Law and Culture Centre, a university, and local and international arts organisations. 2017-2019 A consortium (KALAAC, Country Arts WA,  Australian National University, Vanuatu Kaljoral Senta, Further Arts Vanuatu, Field Ready Ltd) has approached CDN to be a partner in a 10 million dollar funding bid to the Macquarie Foundation to undertake a major community project that involves building and activating a community of practice across Australia and the Pacific, of facilitators of culturally based co-creativity. They have engaged CDN as the evaluation partner and are seeking to use Whitebox for the project.
National Gallery of Australia (ACT) National cultural institution 2018-2019 Whitebox trial site 2018-2019
Octopod (NSW) A regional alliance based in Newcastle, servicing Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Port Stephens and Cessnock Local Government Areas. 2018-2019 Engaged CDN to provide advice on embedding the CDN planning framework and outcome schema into a new regional cultural plan that will respond to the Greater Newcastle Metropolitan Plan 2036. This collaborative regional plan intends to ensure that arts and culture are integrated as part of the citys transition and development.
RMIT Centre for Social and Global Research and Charles Darwin University (VIC & NT) National Universities 2018-2019 Engaged CDN to use Whitebox for the evaluation of a large indigenous community research project in outback Alice Springs.
Tarrawarra Museum of Art (VIC) cultural institution 2019 Engaged CDN to use the outcomes schema as part of their program evaluation in 2019.
United Cities and Local Government International organisation 2017-2019 Will be meeting with CDN in 2019 to discuss aligning the Culture 21 actions, Sustainable Development Goals and the 5MCO’s
United Cities and Local Government Asia Pacific Regional organisation  (Asia Pacific) 2016-2019 Engaged CDN to deliver presentations and workshops on cultural development planning and evaluation on six seperate occasions since 2016
University of Melbourne (VIC) National University 2018 Approached CDN seeking to participate in the WhiteBox trials being set up with cultural institutions and libraries and councils, regarding their New Student Precinct.
Western Edge Youth Arts (VIC) arts organisaton 2018-2019 Embedding the CDN Planning Framework and Outcomes Schema into their organisation and is a Whitebox trial site in 2019.
Womens Circus (VIC) arts organisaton 2018-2019 Embedding the CDN Outcomes Schema into their organisation and is a Whitebox trial site in 2019.
Wurinbeena (VIC) arts organisation 2017-2019 Engaged CDN to conduct a project evaluation using the CDN outcomes schema