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A study of UK arts businesses shows most are failing to take advantage of modern technology to market their businesses effectively.
Lost audiences cost five times more to re-engage than it costs to retain them so get retention right.
Despite decades of investment in audience development and the current enthusiasm for all things data, arts organisations still aren’t getting it.
We look at the ingredients required to help cultural tourism thrive in regional cities.
An increasing number of designers are working without pay, pinning their hopes on prize money to bankroll their work.
In the future, social media will be as common as Paypal for making purchases. How will that impact on the arts sector?
With income from the resource sector declining, what are the implications for arts funding and philanthropy in Western Australia?
Technology makes everyone a creative with a distribution network so where does that leave the professionals?
You already know the demography of your audiences but do you understand why it is skewed? The equation is complex.
Social media works most effectively for your organisation when you add value to your community.
We’ve clocked up the frequent flyer points to bring you this final slice of the best arts regions for NT, ACT and TAS.
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.
Performing Arts Centres have more resources than anyone else in the arts sector, but their buildings are becoming less important to what they do.
Not so long ago you could flunk physics and top the art class. It's getting harder as technology merges with creative work.
The arts sector has had an uncomfortable roller coaster ride over the past couple of years. 2015 may be calmer, as artists and arts organisations get on with implementing the ideas that have bounced them around but the big picture challenges remain.
Many in the arts will be glad 2014 is over as they reflect on a year of straitened circumstances and painful battles. But there were high points and winners too.
Arts organisations are tackling gender imbalance and creating initiatives of their own to put women at the top.
The ScreenHub crystal ball looks at the deep challenges and transformations facing the sector in 2015.
Diminution, diversification, hybridity and new audiences are essential if opera is to thrive in the 21st century.
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