Please note: Some of the content on this page was published prior to the launch of Creative Australia and references the Australia Council. Read more.

Building strong foundations: Research on arts and disability needs and opportunities

The summary of an arts and disability needs and audit conducted in 2023 for Creative Australia.

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Artists as Workers: An Economic Study of Professional Artists in Australia

The seventh in a landmark study, carried out independently over the last four decades by Professor Throsby and colleagues at Macquarie University, with support from Creative Australia.

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The Creative Economy in Australia – What Census 2021 Tells Us

Key findings from an analysis of the Census of Australia Population and Housing (2021) with respect to cultural and creative employment.

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Australia Pavilion Invigilation Program 2024

We engaged with state and territory galleries and museums to invite applications from audience engagement staff as invigilators for Venice Biennale 2024.

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First Nations First

We are seeking feedback on the establishment of our new First Nations-led Board, and how it should implement, invest, and deliver on its role and responsibilities.

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Creating Value: Audience Data and Advocacy Tools

The Audience Data and Advocacy Tools are interactive ways to engage with the results of the 2022 National Arts Participation Survey, Creating Value.

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Creating Value: Results of the National Arts Participation Survey

The National Arts Participation Survey asks how Australians are engaging with arts and creativity in our daily lives.

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Widening the Lens: Social inequality and arts participation

A picture of the socio-economic factors that shape people’s engagement with arts and culture.

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Valuing the Arts in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

In 2019, the Australia Council partnered with Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage to jointly commission research on the contribution of the arts to wellbeing, public value and social inclusion in Australia and New Zealand.

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Culture and the Gender Pay Gap for Australian artists

Culture and the Gender Pay Gap for Australian Artists considers the impact of cultural background on the relative incomes of male and female artists, and the different income relationships for First Nations artists living in different cultural communities around Australia. 

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2022 National Survey of Australian Book Authors

First Nations artists produce and market some of Australia’s most dynamic visual art, generating income and employment opportunities while maintaining and transmitting culture.

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