Resources, toolkits and evaluation guides for the creative sector.
Tailored guidelines to help arts and cultural organisations and venues prepare to safely reopen and return to business (June 2020)
This toolkit is for anyone wanting to understand their market and identify gaps and growth areas. Containing ‘how to’ guides and templates to help plan research activities, develop surveys, hold focus groups and much more, experienced researchers through to volunteers in any creative industry will find it useful.
Covering a wide range of topics that are both relevant and thought-provoking, these free monthly events are open to anyone currently working in the creative industries with a keen interest in the most up-to-date information from right across the sector.
The Creative State Summit provides an opportunity to learn from keynote international and local presenters, professional development workshops, networking events and build connections across the arts, cultural, design, digital games, fashion and screen sectors.
This set of resources is designed for teachers, artists, principals, arts managers and policy makers, curriculum designers and tertiary educators to use when establishing a creative school partnership.
Resources from a summit held in 2017 including latest research, best practice and compelling case studies on creating family friendly creative experiences and organisations.
Evaluating Community Arts and Community Wellbeing is a 'how to' guide for community arts practitioners to assist them to evaluate the impacts of their community arts projects.
A step-by-step guide that navigates the complexities of embarking on community arts projects. Making Art with Communities provides expert, practical advice for artists and communities who aspire to establish projects in their local area.
Resources to help assist organisations to better understand issues around sexual harassment, bullying, and misconduct and develop appropriate policies and procedures.
Learn the basics in running a social media account for an organisation - including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Resources, networks and funding opportunities for the youth arts and cultural sector.