What does sustainability mean in the performing arts?

New research: University of Queensland researchers are exploring what ‘sustainability’ means in the performing arts, and will look for new and effective ways of communicating the unique value, contributions and support needs of the performing arts to funding bodies, corporate sponsors, audiences, and the Australian public and call for sector participation to inform their work.

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What does sustainability mean in the performing arts?

What are the unique characteristics of the performing arts that need to be preserved and developed?

•How can performing arts companies plan for a sustainable future, and how can Australian performers sustain a career in the arts?

•In a world of competing priorities and values, how can performing arts companies and performers best communicate the lasting value of their craft to funding bodies,corporate sponsors, audiences, and the Australian public?

Researchers at the University of Queensland Business School would like your help to answer these questions! Please contact Dr Kate Power to arrange a confidential interview, at your convenience.

Email: k.power@business.uq.edu.au

Phone: +61 7 334 69989

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Who is conducting the study?

The Chief Investigator is Dr Kate Power, Lecturer in Management (Communication) at the University of Queensland Business School (phone: +61 7 334 69989; email:k.power@business.uq.edu.au).

Dr Lisa Kelly is a Facilitator and Research Assistant at the University of Queensland Business School, who will assist Dr Power with this project.

Who is funding this study?

Having recently taken up a position at The University of Queensland, Dr Power received “New Staff Research Funding” from the UQ Faculty of Business, Economics and Law to pay for research assistance and materials related to this study.

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