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  1. Victorian cultural policy:a brief over-view

  2. Ben Eltham Centre for Policy Development; Centre for Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney

  3. Arts Centre

  4. Watching TV

  5. TV stats • Watching TV is still Victorians’ most common cultural activity. • In 2006: • 87 per cent of Australians watched or listened to TV daily • we watched an average of just under 3 hours a day each • (Source: ABS)

  6. Attendance at cultural events,Victoria 2005-06 (ABS)

  7. Queue for cinema

  8. Hamer Hall 9% cultural attendance; $128 million redevelopment

  9. Oh Mercy 24% of cultural attendance; $2.2 million since 2007

  10. Policy Framework

  11. Stated policy goals Arts for all Victorians: a culture of participation (social development goal) On the threshold: an economy based on innovation (economic development goal) Creative place: a dynamic arts sector (cultural development goal)

  12. 2009-10 cultural expenditure*:$454.5 million * includes Film Victoria Source: 2010 DPC Annual Report; 2010 DIIRD Annual Report

  13. Where do the grant dollars go? Source: 2009 DPC Annual Report 2010 Budget Papers

  14. The big cultural institutions: • National Gallery of Victoria • Australian Centre for the Moving Image • Museum Victoria • Melbourne Recital Centre • Geelong Performing Arts Centre • State Library • The Arts Centre • Public Record Office • Film Victoria now lives over in DIIRD

  15. Less than 1% of Arts Victoria’s budget goes to grants to artists to make work

  16. Cultural employment in Victoria Cultural employment in Victoria, 2006

  17. Culture is bigger than the arts: design

  18. Cultural policy is bigger than the arts: screen

  19. Cultural policy is bigger than the arts: liquor licensing

  20. Cultural policy is bigger than the arts: the internet

  21. Policy challenges • Addressing culture in the wider sense, not just capital-A “arts” • Technology is changing culture • Whole-of-government approach • Regulation as well as funding • Starving artists or iconic institutions?

  22. More Than Luck

  23. Ben Eltham0422 987 538ben.eltham@gmail.com