CDN

Knowledge, ideas and insight gained

Objective: Knowledge, ideas and insight to be gained

Outcome: Knowledge, ideals and insight are gained

Measure: Knowledge, ideas and insight gained

Short description

By knowledge, ideas or insight we mean intellectual stimulation, critical reflection, creative thinking and deeper understanding.

These include the provision of local studio access for artists on a temporary basis, leasable studios for defined periods, whether applying competitively or not; and regional or international studio residency opportunities and exchanges.

Opportunities provided for arts participation by a community of people who would not normally have access to the mentoring, skills and tools that produce cultural outcomes leading to intended social or governance outcomes. Including: Activities where the intent is towards a community or social outcome by engagement in cultural activities, such as writing, performing, making etc. usually leading to events for the wider community or public presentations. Excluding: activities offered for those who seek or experience professional employment in the arts, and activities designed for educational or recreational purposes.

Opportunities provided for arts participation for people who would not necessarily consider themselves artists or artists-in-development. Including: Activities where the intent is purely for creative recreation, leisure and enjoyment. Excluding: activities offered for those who seek or experience professional employment in the arts and activities design for educational purposes; Public presentations where participants play no active role.

Formal or informal cultural (arts and heritage) education or instruction. Including: educational classes or workshops in any cultural facility including libraries, where there is group or individuals brought together for a learning purpose. Excluding: activities offered for those who seek or experience professional employment in the arts and activities design purely for creative recreation; public presentations where participants play no active role.

Displays of art or artefacts in galleries, museums, cinemas, libraries or outdoor areas; of all visual artforms.

A public occasion, especially one celebrating an event, achievement, or anniversary. This could include ritual observances and procedures required or performed for a formal occasion and/or an activity held to celebrate something. Including: ceremonies, commemorations and community gatherings that have a creative or cultural focus. Excluding: Festivals

Public presentations of all performing artforms, including music, (of all forms including opera, orchestral music and musical theatre), dance (of all forms from ballet to jazz to culturally specific styles), theatre (of all forms including circus and physical theatre, performance art, puppetry, comedy and other), performances of literary arts such as readings or poetry and other performances held in theatres, halls, open spaces or on temporary stages; including story times and public book readings in libraries.

Activities for artists of all ages and levels to develop skills, share ideas and form networks, with professional development intent.

Including: scheduled events such as classes and training workshops where specialist technical knowledge is passed on, structured with specific topics of interest; programs in which advice and mentoring is provided to artists as individuals, or activities to broker new relationships between artists and audiences, sponsors or funders, etc. such as artists’ register. Excluding: activities designed for educational purposes and those offered for purely for creative recreation; Public presentations where participants play no active role.

Formal investigation into past, present or future activities that is documented and published or communicated in some form.  This can lead to development of new work and or presentation of new work, development of new activities or processes.