A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
Infographic - The cultural and creative industries are those areas of practice that turn original individual creativity into social and commercial outcomes.
The department commissions independent research consultants to undertake an annual survey of WA's value and attitudes towards culture and the arts.
The department commissions independent research consultants to undertake an annual survey of WA's value and attitudes towards culture and the arts
The report is the first comprehensive survey and analysis of Perth’s creative industries. Data is from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census 2006.
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.
The department's strategic intent.
The Culture Counts summary aggregates the data collected by organisations over a four year period and provides benchmark comparisons for organisations in WA.
The Macquarie University study is part of a National Survey of Remote Indigenous Artists.
Desktop review of live music venues in Western Australia.
Research paper released that provided an evidence base for discussions and to undertake sector consultation.
Early conceptual scoping of the department’s new value framework.
A new approach to capturing, measuring and explaining the value of the arts.
Technical Report 2012.
The Social Impacts of Culture and the Arts WA report and its application are part of the further development of the overall Public Value Measurement model.
Our vision for Western Australia is to be the best place it can be to live, work and play thanks to the contribution of its arts, culture and creative industries.
To make Western Australia a world class arts, cultural, sport and Aboriginal tourism destination.
An infographic representing results from the WA Audience Segmentation study.
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.