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Ann Markusen is Director of the Arts Economy Initiative and the Project on Regional and Industrial Economics at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs, and Principal of Markusen Economic Research.
Report: ‘Creativity is essential to the success and fulfilment of young people.’ Arts Council of Wales, 2013
Discussion Paper: ‘Cultural and Creative Activity Satellite Accounts’, Australia Bureau of Statistics, Australia, 2013
This discussion paper presents the findings of a study on the feasibility of producing cultural and creative activity satellite accounts for Australia.
CDN Ebulletin Article: ‘Creating Creative Communities and Cultural Places’, Bec Cole, Wyndham City Council. Oct 2013
Cultural planning in a local government context is not an easy task. The consultation process needs to be thorough and as a result can be lengthy. This month we are feature an article from Bec Cole describing the recent cultural planning process that was undertaken by the Wyndham City Council. Bec begins her article: ‘Embarking on a new strategy, plan or policy is never an easy undertaking. Cultural Planning is particularly fraught as the first conversation is usually the one about defining what cultural development actually is – what is in the scope and what is not.’ She outlines the key areas, processes, benefits and difficulties associated with local government cultural planning. Read further Creating Creative Communities and Cultural Places article
Report. ‘The Economic Contribution of Culture’, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australia June 2013. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released a discussion paper about measuring the economic contribution of cultural and creative activity in Australia. The paper is an outcome of a feasibility study commissioned by the Meeting of Cultural Ministers Statistics Working Group, supporting a national program of cultural data collection, research and analysis, in partnership with the ABS.
‘Arts and culture to be included in ONS well-being measures’ Michael Quinn, The Stage News, UK, June 10, 2013
Article. ‘Arts and culture to be included in ONS well-being measures’ Michael Quinn, The Stage News, UK, June 10, 2013. The Office for National Statistics is to use responses from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s Taking Part Survey – which details consumption of and participation in the arts and culture – in response to public demand for their inclusion in the Measuring Well-being Programme.
‘Healthy Attendance? The Impact of Cultural Engagement and Sports Participation on Health and Satisfaction with Life in Scotland’, The Scottish Government, 19 August 2013
Report. ‘Healthy Attendance? The Impact of Cultural Engagement and Sports Participation on Health and Satisfaction with Life in Scotland’, The Scottish Government, 19 August 2013. Data from the Scottish Household Survey 2011 has been used to statistically explore the relationship between taking part in cultural and sporting activities, attending cultural places and key quality of life measures in Scotland. This report presents the findings of the analysis of this relationship.