Introduction 

Help us plan the future of cultural infrastructure for the creative community. 

This survey is being conducted by the NSW Government’s Cultural Infrastructure Program Management Office. It should take about 10 minutes to complete and will provide us with information about the availability and suitability of cultural infrastructure for you and your creative community. Your insights will inform a plan for cultural infrastructure in New South Wales.

This survey is specifically designed for the cultural sector, which for this survey includes individuals, organisations, businesses and local government representatives:


·        engaged in cultural production (e.g. artist or artist collective)


·        working with artists to produce or present cultural events or
         performances (e.g. festival, theatre company)

·        representing the interests of artists or creative workers
          (e.g. a peak body or trade association)

·        providing arts education or training (e.g. art school)

·        operating a cultural space or venue (e.g. live music venue,
         regional gallery, artist studio, community museum)

·        providing services to the cultural sector (e.g. publisher)

Your participation is anonymous. Your personal details will be treated in line with our privacy policy and not be shared with others or revealed in the publication of findings.  The collection of your personal information is voluntary and not required by law. You have a right to access your personal information and correct any errors or changes to your personal records.


Defining Cultural Infrastructure

Cultural Infrastructure can mean different things to different people. For this survey, it means the buildings and spaces that accommodate or support the visual arts, crafts, media arts, performing arts, heritage, museum, archives, libraries, publishing, sound recording, film, audio visual, radio and television. This can range from iconic facilities like the Sydney Opera House to local galleries to studio spaces used by artists for making and creating.
 
Image: Wired Lab, Create NSW

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