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Research and evidence underpins Create NSW approach to policy and service delivery in NSW.

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Research links

Use these links to access current research into the arts and culture from both Australian and international sources.More



Common Reporting Metrics report infographic

The Common Reporting Metrics report

A spotlight on the NSW Cultural Institutions and State Significant Organisations Each financial year Create NSW collects data from the Cultural Institutions and State Significant Organisations of NSW. This data […]More



Create NSW Data Collection Principles

Create NSW Data Principles

Create NSW has developed a set of eight principles for the collection of data from the sector. Download the sheet below to learn more about the eight principles. Download the […]More



Economic Value of Arts, Screen and Culture to NSW report

The NSW arts, screen and cultural sectors generate significant economic and societal benefits. To better-inform decision making and policy development, this report provides a comprehensive understanding of the direct and […]More



Mapping Arts and Culture in Western Sydney report

Mapping Arts and Culture in Western Sydney report

Mapping Arts and Culture in Western Sydney aims to inform NSW Government consideration of possible strategies, policies and investments to support and promote future arts and cultural practice and participation […]More



The Value of Culture reports

Create NSW commissioned Professor Greg Clark to review and report on the value of culture in developing successful and globalised metropolitan regions. Create NSW is reimagining the Government’s support for […]More



World Cities Culture Report 2018

World Cities Culture Report 2018

The World Cities Culture Report 2018 showcases innovative programmes and policies, as well as key trends and infrastructure projects taking place across the globe. In the face of a changing […]More