Statistics, evaluation and research
The Wallace Foundation today released Navigating Uncertain Times: A Scenario Planning Toolkit for the Arts & Culture, a scenario planning toolkit developed by AEA Consulting to help arts and culture organizations approach planning for a future likely marked by increased uncertainty and complexity, including the far-reaching effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the response to the need for racial and social justice, climate change, emerging technologies, as well as circumstances still unforeseen.
Analysis shows cultural and creative activity contributed $115.2 billion to Australia’s economy in 2017–18.
Cultivating Creativity: A study of the Sydney Opera House’s Creative Leadership in Learning Program in schools is the result of a research partnership between the Australia Council for the Arts and Sydney Opera House.
Join the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces' webinars on culture in vulnerable housing areas, where you can hear more about the experiences that the first three projects have had. It is free to attend the webinars.
After months of collaborative work, the Economic Recovery Committee (ERC) presented its Summary Report to the Prime Minister and his Cabinet for review. First assembled in April, the ERC was charged by the Prime Minister to research and develop strategic recommendations to inform the government’s policies as it addresses the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces will soon launch a three-year research project on universal design and accessibility in the cultural heritage. This is done in close collaboration with KADK and the Bevica Foundation.