Research / Surveys

Surveys, mapping processes and research regarding the CCIs during the COVID-19 crisis

Museums, museum professionals and Covid-19: third survey

This third ICOM global survey, which was open from 15 April to 29 May 2021, investigated a scenario which is certainly still a crisis, but which is also increasingly being described as ‘the new normal’.

Supporting Culture in the Digital Age

Prepared between November 2019 and March 2020, Supporting Culture in the Digital Age explores how the digital age has changed the cultural value chain; and draws on existing literature and insights provided by National Members of the Federation, as well as a range of actors from across the cultural ecosystem.

New IETM research: Four questions about funding for the arts

As part their research, IETM is currently collecting and analysing examples of positive funding practices. IETM’s publication in progress will explore how funding programmes can contribute to a sustainable, relevant and inclusive recovery of the arts sector.

CULTURE AT OUR FINGERTIPS: NEW RESEARCH ON DIGITAL ARTS ENGAGEMENT

New research released by the Australia Council for the Arts examines how we engage with the arts using digital technology and what this means for the cultural sector, now and into the future.

Arts Council briefs Stormont Committee on impact of 14 months of pandemic on the arts

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland appeared in front of the Northern Ireland Assembly’s Communities Committee today (Thursday 1 July 2021) to discuss the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the arts sector.

Pilot Events: proving live music is safe

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis in March 2020, live music events all around Europe have been put at a stop or with logistical and sanitary conditions never seen before. In order to investigate how to manage live music events of all formats and settings in a pandemic context, many mass gathering pilot events are organised.