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Arts and Culture Monitor 2021

Arts and Culture Monitor 2021

Oct 26, 2021
An independent survey into how Western Australians view the arts shows strong public support for the value of the State’s arts and culture activities.

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Arts and Culture Monitor 2021

Arts and Culture Monitor 2021

26 Oct 2021
An independent survey into how Western Australians view the arts shows strong public support for the value of the State’s arts and culture activities.
COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor Phase 3

COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor – WA Phase 3 report out now

16 Oct 2020
The final report is now available, showing how Western Australian audiences felt in September 2020 about attending arts events again, compared to earlier in the year.
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COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor – Phase 3 report out now

22 Sep 2020
National results from the third phase of the COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor are now available.
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Arts and Culture Monitor 2020

11 Sep 2020
The Arts and Culture Monitor is an annual independent survey into how Western Australians view the arts. The 2020 report shows strong public support for the value of the State’s culture and arts activities.
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COVID-19 Creative Industries Impact Survey – available now

4 Aug 2020
The department is conducting a targeted survey to assess COVID-19 impacts on employment and revenue in the creative industries in Western Australia.
Audience Outlook Monitor: Phase Two July 2020

COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor — Phase 2 report out now

22 Jul 2020
Results from the second phase of the COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor are now available.
The Pleasure Garden at Fringe World Festival. Photo by Court McAllister.

COVID-19 Audience Outlook Monitor – WA results

27 May 2020
WA results from the Audience Outlook Monitor are available now, showing how Western Australian audiences feel about attending arts and culture events in the context of the COVID-19.
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Arts and Culture Monitor 2019

2 Jan 2020
An independent survey into how Western Australians view the arts shows strong and increasing public support for the value of the State’s culture and arts activities.
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