Statistics, evaluation and research
Creative Scotland has published its Gaelic Language Plan, detailing commitments for support of Gaelic language and culture across the arts, screen and creative industries over the next three years.
As usual, this third edition of the artnet Intelligence Report offers our expert breakdown of the latest trends and developments in the art market—but it also offers something different. To celebrate artnet’s 30th anniversary, we have taken an in-depth look into how the art world has evolved over the past three decades from a boutique business sector into a full-blown global industry.
A new report released today by independent think tank, A New Approach (ANA), shows local governments are seeing the value of arts and culture in their communities, and are responding by stepping up their financial commitment and playing a bigger role in government support for arts and culture.
La reunión plenaria del Consejo Nacional de Cultura – CONCULTURA se realizó este martes 10 de septiembre, en la sede del Archivo Nacional, ocasión en que se abordaron varios puntos del orden del día, entre ellos, el Informe de Gestión del periodo Agosto 2018 – Agosto 2019, presentado por el ministro de la Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC), Rubén Capdevila.
This report establishes a baseline understanding of the quantum and trends in expenditure on culture by all levels of government over the last decade. It presents findings and opportunities based on meaningful comparisons between different years, levels of government and areas of expenditure.
As freelancers contribute to Singapore’s arts industry in multiple capacities, increasing sector-wide support for freelance arts professionals to do their best work is one of the priorities listed in Our SG Arts Plan. With this in mind, NAC consulted over 370 members of the arts community in 2017 and 2018 to understand the needs of freelancers working in the arts sector.