May 30, 2018
6:00PM – 7:00PM
Tickets From $34.85
107 Redfern Street
Redfern NSW 2016
About this event
From Google Analytics to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, we have more and more data at our fingertips, and less and less time to do anything with it! If you're an arts & culture professional curious about the 'data' side of life, this session is for you.
Our team have been busy mining the best available datasets for juicy insight about Australian community attitudes, creative careers, arts participation, funding and impact.
We have done the hard yards so you don't have to spend hours sifting through research reports or learning advanced Excel.
Help yourself to wine and cheese, and prepare to be entertained, enthralled and excited about numbers, as our resident arts research specialists Tandi Williams and Brooke Boyce uncover the top statistical trends that arts, culture & creative professionals NEED to know.
Who would benefit
- Arts & culture workers from theatre, dance, visual art, music, literature, screen, community arts, and the wider creative industries.
- Those with a thirst for information and insight, with zero time for learning Advanced Excel.
- Get up to speed on the key trends shaping culture & creativity
- Indulge your inner geek and learn an easy way to interpret complex information
- Find out about great data sources you can use
- Chat with likeminded souls about where the arts & culture sector is heading
- Walk away with a mini arsenal of useful facts and figures - that you can use to strengthen your work (and impress your colleagues).
About your facilitator
Patternmakers’ Founder and Managing Director Tandi Williams is an experienced consultant and arts and culture research specialist. She is a highly collaborative arts leader, with a clear communication style and focus on finding solutions. An accredited Qualified Practising Market Researcher (QPMR), up until 2015 Tandi was Research Manager for the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts in England. She was previously Research Manager for the Australia Council for the Arts and Senior Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. She’s passionate about the role of research in culture sector innovation.