Connecting Australians: Results of the National Arts Participation Survey
When: Thursday, 21 September 2017, 3pm-4.30pm (Doors open from 2.45pm)
Where: The Cube, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Federation Square, Flinders Street, Melbourne, 3000
Cost: Free, but bookings are essential
Do we really think artists should have total freedom of expression? How is the digital revolution changing the way we experience and share art? How much do we create and participate in the arts, and which ones do we favour? How do they impact our communities? Do the arts matter to individual Australians?
Connecting Australians: Results of the National Arts Participation Survey conducted by the Australia Council for the Arts, provides a comprehensive picture of Australians’ evolving relationship with the arts in their daily lives.
In this presentation, Lisa Walsh (Director of Research and Knowledge Management, Australia Council for the Arts), will highlight findings that capture the value of the arts to Australians; their attitudes, views about the impact of the arts, their propensity to donate time or money to the arts – and much more.
More about Lisa Walsh:
Lisa Walsh joined the Australia Council for the Arts is January 2016 as Director, Research and Knowledge Management. Prior to this Lisa was Head of Audience Research at the ABC for 13 years and was a member of the ABC’s Senior Executive. Lisa has worked in market and social research for close to three decades. She holds a Masters in Applied Science (UTS), Graduate Diploma in Change Management (AGSM) and an Honours degree in Geography (Sydney University).
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