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An opinion piece highlighting that regional festivals attract fewer people from outside the region than is commonly assumed. Jack Archer, Deputy CEO of the Regional Australia Institute suggests something new is needed and like many areas of Australian economy, engaging with Asia may be the answer.
New Articles: ‘What is Community Arts & Cultural Development and Principles of Community Arts & Cultural Development’ Creating Australia
What is Community Arts & Cultural Development and Principles of Community Arts & Cultural Development are two fact sheets published by Creating Australia as a guide to practice and a helpful explanatory tool for artists and organisations to use when describing their work to those outside the sector.
The European Network on Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education, is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 4, Issue 1 of its online Journal of Cultural Management and Policy. With this latest issue, ENCATC continues its commitment to stimulate the debate on the topics of cultural management and cultural policy among researchers, academics, scholars, professionals and policy makers.
A persistent economic recession, social shifts, and technological change have combined to put our artists—from graphic designers to indie-rock musicians, from architects to booksellers—out of work. This important book looks deeply and broadly into the roots of the crisis of the creative class in America and tells us why it matters.
“This is an exciting and visionary book, showing why an age of culture is necessary and how it can be achieved.” — Biserka Cvjeticanin, Director, Culturelink/Institute for Development and International Relations.
“Paul Schafer believes that we are standing at the threshold of a new era of global development and human affairs that should be driven by a holistic cultural perspective.” — Robert Palmer, former Director of Democratic Governance, Culture, and Diversity at the Council of Europe.
by Jennifer Swan, 19 January 2015, Nonprofit Quarterly.
We too often hear the arts are “expendable” or “luxury” items when it comes to budgets and spending. Recently, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) released three separate studies relating to audience arts attendance, the reasons for attendance, and how this affects the overall U.S. economy.
New Book:Design Handbook for Cultural Centres, published by the Stannica Cultural Centre in Zilina, Slovakia
This new book is a collection of personal experiences, observations and opinions on cultural centres. It is a list of examples, situations and stories collected in the years 2011- 2014 by visiting member centres of Trans Europe Halles network.
David Bell and Kate Oakley survey the major debates emerging in cultural policy research, adopting an approach based on spatial scale to explore cultural policy in cities, nations and internationally. They contextualise these discussions with an exploration of what both ‘culture’ and ‘policy’ mean when they are joined together as cultural policy. Drawing on topical examples and contemporary research, as well as their own experience in both academia and in consultancy, Bell and Oakley urge readers to think critically about the project of cultural policy as it is currently being played out around the world. Cultural Policy is a comprehensive and readable book that provides a lively, up-to-date overview of key debates in cultural policy, making it ideal for students of media and cultural studies, creative and cultural industries, and arts management.
New Report: Findings from the 2013 survey of Victorians’ attitude toward race, racism, ethnicity and cultural diversity presents results from research project, led by VicHealth
The survey was developed in partnership with The University of Melbourne, the Social Research Centre and experts across Australia.
Over the past 10 years VicHealth has identified discrimination and its resulting disadvantages as one of the important drivers of mental ill health. Mental illness is among the top three causes of burden of disease and injury in Australia.
That’s why VicHealth has adopted improving mental wellbeing as a strategic focus in our Action Agenda for Health Promotion. For a decade we have supported activity that builds the evidence of the link between race-based discrimination and health, as well as promoting cultural diversity.
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