Ninety per cent of adults in Queensland agree the arts are an important part of education and 67% per cent agree the arts have a big or very big impact on child development. (1) So how do Queensland children participate in the arts? What role do parents play in this participation? What are the outcomes of early participation in the arts and what happens outside of school contexts? (2)
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Statistics play a vital role in providing evidence of the value of the arts. We take a look at some of our most popular arts statistic posts.
Art has the power to do many things including heal. In Queensland Mental Health Week, Jane Griffin, CEO of Friends of HEAL Foundation charity talks about arts programs which support young people of refugee backgrounds.
From Brisbane to LA and So You Think You Can Dance? Ali Phillips, Director of Bust a Move Dance shares her experiences of starting the program for young people with a disability and where it has taken them…
In this week's tip, we look at the legal issues artists and creative businesses need to consider.
By the time our 21st Century children hit secondary school age, it’s almost certainly a personal mobile device that is their most utilised creative tool. Cathy Hunt, educational consultant, author and St Hilda’s School Visual Art teacher, talks about the integration of digital technologies in the visual arts class rooms.
In this week’s tip for emerging creatives, we look at how to price and value artistic time and work.