Creating New Income: a toolkit to support creative practice launched at Artstate brings new business to creative industries

Lorikeet Bushy Tree Mandala (detail). Emily Crockford, Studio A. Mural in Westpac Service Centre, Concord West, NSW. Photo: Jessica Leggett.

Lorikeet Bushy Tree Mandala (detail). Emily Crockford, Studio A. Mural in Westpac Service Centre, Concord West, NSW. Photo: Jessica Leggett.

Creating New Income, a new toolkit aimed at helping small to medium arts, screen and cultural organisations to flourish was launched by Create NSW at Artstate Bathurst today.

The toolkit has been developed by Create NSW in consultation with the industry to educate those working in creative industries and businesses on strategies that could help them to generate alternative income streams, increase their sustainability, leverage new commercial and philanthropic opportunities, and improve their overall business practice.

Offered as an online resource on the Create NSW website, the comprehensive set of 50 articles and case studies is an outcome of the recent Arts 2025 Summit held in March this year, where business sustainability and new income sources were one of five main themes explored by the sector meeting.

Creating New Income: a toolkit to support creative practice is available HERE and will also form part of the discussion across the Create NSW Funding Roadshows.

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Published: 2 November 2018