Bureau of Statistics
See for example Directory of Culture and Leisure Statistics under
Themes / People - Culture and Recreation and Australian Culture and
Leisure Classifications / Products & Services / Statistical
of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts
Books and articles
of strategic planning: visions and strategies for culture
organisations. Case studies and work sheets designed to assist
organisations to focus on longer term strategic planning issues.
Available from the Australian Department of Communications, Information
Technology and the Arts
Byrnes, William J. Management
and the Arts. 3rd edition. Amsterdam: Focal Press,
2003. Review in Museums Australia Magazine May 2004: 30-31.
for our culture: national guidelines for museums, galleries and
keeping places: strategic planning guidelines for small museums and
collecting organisations. Available from Australian
Marketing Culture and the Arts. 2nd edition. Montreal: HEC
Montreal, 1993. http;//www.hec.ca/artsmanagement/mca
tourism best practice models: self assessment manual. Available from
the Australian Department of Communications, Information Technology and
Performing Arts Administration. Adelaide: Wayne Maddern, with the
support of the Australia Council, Carclew Youth Performing Arts Centre and
the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust, 1984.
Jennifer and Margaret Fraser.
Arts Management. St Leonards,
NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1996.
it Happen: the Cultural & Entertainment Industries Handbook /
co-ordinating editor: Kew, Victoria: Centre for
Professional Development, 1998-. Loose-leaf service with information on
art management and marketing, intellectual property, contracts and
employment, occupational health & safety, insurance and customs, and
government assistance programs.
Selwood, Sara. Measuring Culture.
Online 30 December 2002.
The rise of statistics has paralleled an extension of government control over
the arts and the tendency to value culture for its impact rather than its
intrinsic value. Much data produced is methodologically flawed and says more
about policy intentions than about actual impact. Until the collection and
analysis of data is carried out more objectively and evidence gathered used
more constructively, it could be argued that collecting has been a relatively
information & collection management
to other generic information management pages