A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
The department commissions independent research consultants to undertake an annual survey of WA's value and attitudes towards culture and the arts
The Macquarie University study is part of a National Survey of Remote Indigenous Artists.
An audience segmentation study was conducted in 2012 to analyse the data gathered from the the department’s Arts and Culture Monitor 2007-2011 surveys.
An infographic representing results from the WA Audience Segmentation study.
Infographic - The cultural and creative industries are those areas of practice that turn original individual creativity into social and commercial outcomes.
The report has updated the mapping undertaken in 2007 with the 2011 Census employment data to provide invaluable information for the State’s creative industries, their peak associations and potential investors.
Desktop review of live music venues in Western Australia.
Research paper released that provided an evidence base for discussions and to undertake sector consultation.
In late 2016, consultants were engaged to undertake a review of the sector under governance of an independent reference group with expertise in writing sector development.
These recommendations should be read in conjunction with the consultant report Writing Sector Review Final Recommendations.
The Writing Sector Review Final Recommendations are the department’s responses that are targeted, readily implementable and cost-effective solutions for the writing sector.
For the year ended 31 August 2018.
The Local Government Standards Panel (the Standards Panel) is the primary standards panel established under Part 5 Division 9 and Schedule 5.1 of the Local Government Act 1995 (the Act).
For the year ended 30 June 2018
For the safety and organisation of combat sports.
The 4th R resource package aims to provide guidance for educators choosing the departments recreation camps programs.
To make Western Australia a world class arts, cultural, sport and Aboriginal tourism destination.
In Australia there are currently many exciting new developments in the provision of sport and recreation facilities such as indoor aquatic play areas. There is also a demand for traditional sports playing areas and facilities.
A needs assessment is the vital first step in the planning process for a facility. This guide will assist facility planners in determining whether a proposed facility is needed by the community.
The primary purpose of this framework is to define terminology that can be universally used to describe public open space.
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