The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Update on Art Centre Finances 2013/14–2014/15

The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Update on Art Centre Finances 2013/14–2014/15 Report

CRC-REP Research Report

  • Author(s): Acker, T.
  • Tertiary Author(s): Ninti One Limited
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Ninti One Limited
  • Volume: CR015

Abstract: The Art Economies Value Chain research is a central part of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Economies project. In 2014, five Art Economies Value Chain reports were released, each researching and reporting on a key stage in the production and sale of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art from remote Australia. One of these reports, The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Art Centre finances investigated the funding to remote area Art Centres and their financial circumstances. This report drew on funding and financial data up until 2012/13. Since the completion of those five reports, a further two financial years have passed. This report has collected data from the 2013/14 and 2014/15 years and added it to the earlier dataset. The data from the additional two financial years have increased the richness and accuracy of the findings contained in the 2014 report and enabled further tracking of the trends it identified. This update on Art Centre finances is provided with the aim of giving the sector, and its various stakeholders, contemporary information on the status, changes to and challenges for remote area Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Centres.

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Acker, T., 2016, The Art Economies Value Chain reports: Update on Art Centre Finances 2013/14–2014/15, Volume:CR015, Report, viewed 13 June 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=17498.

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