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Despite more than 500 studies, reviewers say better research is needed to convince policy-makers that strong arts activity generates happier, healthier and wealthier societies.
Multiple studies prove the arts improve health, education and economic outcomes, a review of 90 research projects has shown.
This week ArtsHub highlights some of Queensland’s busiest arts and culture regions. Next week: WA
Do you need a degree in media if you want to work in the film or television industries?
Sector backlash to ABS cuts has seen cultural ministers prioritise cultural data collection.
Quantifying your impact can boost your arts organisation but you need to know what you are doing.
Against received wisdom, researchers find the unconscious is not necessarily the great origin of creative accomplishment.
The Australian screen industry makes a significant contribution to Australian culture and accounts for the largest proportion of GDP from all creative industries.
In 2012, 40 feature films were made in New Zealand with revenue from these films rising almost 50% to top $1 billion for the first time.
The UK film industry has grown significantly, with GDP growth consistently outstripping that seen in the UK economy as a whole.
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With growth of almost 10% in 2012, the UK Creative Industries out-perform all other sectors of UK industry.
The Australian arts sector out-performs other industries by growing 40% faster than the economy as a whole.
A recent report by M&G NSW confirms that cultural venues in Evocities have bolstered regional domestic product and household income – a significant rise from the last survey in 2009.
In light of Australia’s looming obesity crisis, engaging with the arts is more important than ever before, especially given the beneficial mental and physical health outcomes of active arts participation.
Everything you need to know about screen salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions, from the inaugural ScreenHub Salary Survey Report.
Heading off to London is a well-trodden path for Australians working in the arts but salaries, satisfaction and public-funding are all better Down Under, the ArtsHub Salary Surveys show.
The inaugural ArtsHub 2013/14 Salary Survey Report is the definitive online guide to Australian arts industry salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions.
Everything you need to know about arts salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions, from the inaugural ArtsHub Salary Survey Report.
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