The social impact of NSW arts, screen and culture programs: Final report

Deborah Stevenson, Sarah Barns, Jacqueline Clements, Cecelia Cmielewski, Phillip Mar

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    The purpose of the report is to provide an analysis demonstrating the social benefits of arts and culture to the NSW community.
    This report was commissioned to assist Create NSW gain insights into the social impacts of arts, screen and culture programs and the role that arts and cultural policy can play in supporting programs that have positive social outcomes. It also considers the valuable work currently being done by Create NSW with respect to social impact.
    This study represents the first attempt to take a broad view of this important issue in the NSW arts, screen and culture sector and thus should be seen as a pilot study or starting point for understanding how the arts are mobilised to engage with social issues across this state.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationSydney, NSW
    PublisherInstitute of Culture and Society, Western Sydney University
    Commissioning bodyCreate NSW
    Number of pages88
    ISBN (Electronic)9781741084887
    Publication statusPublished - 02 Apr 2019


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