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The value of measuring value: using cultural data to advocate for the arts

The value of measuring value: using cultural data to advocate for the arts

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  1. The value of measuring value: using cultural data to advocate for the arts

  2. About Arts Queensland • Queensland’s State Government agency for arts and culture • Key areas of responsibility: • Advising the Minister on strategic policy for arts and culture in Queensland • Administration of funding programs and capital works programs • Reporting on government investment in arts and culture • Managing the state’s arts and cultural assets • Supporting governance in broader arts portfolio

  3. Drivers to improve advocacy • Evidence-based policy and funding decisions • Tighter fiscal environment • Local government positioning of arts and culture • Arts Qld policy goals • Broader measurement frameworks about wellbeing and progress

  4. The data landscape • ABS data – useful but not localised or outcomes-based • Arts Portfolio data – focus on targets/outputs • Program data – anecdotal information and sporadic evaluation • Local government data – variable quality of data across local government • Data hidden in reports

  5. The data challenge • Grow the evidence base – improve the quality and quantity of data • Tell the story – present data in a digestible way that supports advocacy

  6. Growing the evidence base • More than bums on seats – state and regional data • Local government data collection tool • Arts Qld program and policy evaluations • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/aboutaq/publications.html

  7. Growing the evidence base

  8. Growing the evidence base • Evaluation resources for the sector • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/publications/evaluation-resource.html

  9. Growing the evidence base

  10. Growing the evidence base • Good practice case studies • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/publications/case-studies.php

  11. Growing the evidence base

  12. Growing the evidence base • aqblog • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/blog/

  13. Growing the evidence base

  14. Telling the story • More than bums on seats – general booklet, regional and community profiles • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/publications/bums-on-seats.html

  15. Telling the story

  16. Telling the story • Local government ‘community arts and wellbeing’ presentation • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/arts/regional-exchange/advocacy-resources.html

  17. Telling the story

  18. Telling the story • Community recovery fact sheet • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/docs/arts-community.pdf

  19. Telling the story

  20. Telling the story • Good practice case studies • http://www.arts.qld.gov.au/docs/brotherhood-of-the-wordless-case-study.pdf

  21. Telling the story

  22. Telling the story • Executive summaries of evaluations

  23. Telling the story

  24. What next? • Continue to build an evaluation culture within Arts Qld and the arts and cultural sector • Identify new advocacy tools in consultation with local government and the sector • Obtain trend data by repeating More than bums on seats research • Learn from the Western Australian public value measurement study