Creative Victoria is a government body dedicated to supporting, championing and growing the state’s creative industries, spanning arts, culture, screen, design and more. They invest in Victorian ideas, creativity and talent, as well as a wide range of creative and cultural organisations, events and projects. They work to raise the profile, reach and impact of Victoria’s creative industries, support the career development of local artists and creative professionals.
Diversity Arts Australia is the national voice for cultural diversity in the creative sector. We create conditions in which artists, audiences, leaders, producers and creators reflect, and draw inspiration from social and cultural diversity. We undertake advocacy, research, training and strategic projects. Our focus is on ethno-cultural diversity and we work intersectionally with communities of diverse sexuality, disability, age, socio-economic status, gender and geography. We also approach our work via the lens of a “critical diversity”, acknowledging the intersectionality of diversity and seeks to the structural, social, political, cultural, and linguistic barriers to participation.
The Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship, Goldsmiths, University of London
ICCE delivers entrepreneurship, cultural management and policy education to the creative and cultural sectors, and supports research into new approaches to business, financial models and policy and management in the Creative Economy.
It delivers a range of academic programmes and presents activities and events to promote an environment in which creative and cultural entrepreneurship can flourish. Our approach is to integrate entrepreneurship and new management, within the development of creative practices.
Western Sydney University offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses across 10 campuses in Greater Western Sydney. The University combines world-leading research with a range of learning and teaching opportunities across a variety of disciplines.