Funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centre peak agencies: an examination of the funding environment, 2004–2013.

Funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centre peak agencies: an examination of the funding environment, 2004–2013. Report

CRC-REP Research Report

  • Author(s): Congreve, S, Acker, T
  • Tertiary Author(s): Ninti One Limited
  • Published: 2015
  • Publisher: Ninti One Limited
  • Volume: CR010

Abstract: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centre peak agencies have been operating since the 1980s and have played an important role facilitating art centre interactions and negotiations with government and the market, as well as providing training and business advice to artists and art centre staff and acting as an advocate for the sector. Peak agencies are a critical part of the remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centre domain. The CRC-REP Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Economies project is undertaking a range of research into the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art sector. As part of this research, extensive qualitative and quantitative data have been collected from art centres, government agencies, commercial galleries and retail outlets. To contribute further to the picture of the complex value chain that underpins the sector, this study of peak agency funding gives an overview of how much funding these organisations receive and where the money is coming from.

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Congreve, S, Acker, T, 2015, Funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art centre peak agencies: an examination of the funding environment, 2004–2013., Volume:CR010, Report, viewed 10 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2619.

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