From Ceremony to CD-Rom: Indigenous Creative Industries in Brisbane

From Ceremony to CD-Rom: Indigenous Creative Industries in Brisbane Government Document

  • Author(s): Keane, Michael, Hartley, John
  • Published: 2001
  • Publisher: Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, Queensland Univeristy of Technology

Abstract: This report is a mapping survey of Indigenous Creative Industries in the Brisbane region. The principal aims of the project were: – To identify and map creative industries activity by Indigenous persons in Brisbane. – To identify the capacity of the Indigenous community to engage in the creative industries in Brisbane. – To identify Indigenous success stories in the creative industries. – To recommend opportunities for economic development that respect Traditional practices. The scope of the project is defined by the term ‘creative industries.’ These industries cover a diverse range of cultural, media, recreational and service enterprises. Their output is: – Design – visual and graphic arts, fashion, interactive software, computer and product design; – Production – media and screen production as well as theatrical and ‘ceremony’; – Performance – dance, drama, music; virtual and live; – Writing – including journalism, publishing, hypertext, creative writing and professional communication.

Notes: pertains to Brisbane, but as a case study provides a useful model

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Keane, Michael, Hartley, John, 2001, From Ceremony to CD-Rom: Indigenous Creative Industries in Brisbane, Government Document, viewed 25 August 2019, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=5043.

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