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Presentation to 3rd China Trade in Services Congress, Beijing, China, 1-3 June, 2011

Presentation to 3rd China Trade in Services Congress, Beijing, China, 1-3 June, 2011

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  • 1. Culture and Creative Industries in Australia
    Terry Flew, ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
    Presentation to 3rd China Trade in Services Congress, Beijing, China, June 1-3, 2011
  • 2. Origins of Australian Creative Industries in 1990s Creative Nation cultural policy
    This cultural policy is also an economic policy. Culture creates wealth ... [and] adds value, it makes an essential contribution to innovation, marketing and design. It is a badge of our industry. The level of our creativity substantially determines our ability to adapt to new economic imperatives. It is a valuable export in itself and an essential accompaniment to the export of other commodities. It attracts tourism and students. It is essential to our economic success. (Creative Nation, 1994)
  • 3. Creative Industries Sectors
    Advertising, Graphic Design and Marketing;
    Architecture, Visual Arts and Design;
    Film, Television and Entertainment Software;
    Music Composition and Publishing;
    Performing Arts;
    Writing, Publishing and Print Media.
  • 4. 4
    Creative Trident
    Specialist creatives (cultural occupation/cultural industry
    Embedded creatives
    (cultural occupation/non-cultural industry
    Support activities (non-cultural occupation/cultural industry
  • 5. 5
    Australian creative workforce - using creative trident
    Source:Higgs, Cunningham and Pagan 2007.
  • 6. 6
    Sectoral composition- employment
    Source: Higgs, Cunningham and Pagan 2007
  • 7. 7
    Value of Australian CIs - using creative trident
    Source:Higgs, Cunningham and Pagan 2007.
  • 8. Australian CIs as industry share, 2006
  • 9. CI growth by sector, Australia, 1996-2007
  • 10. Australia’s GDP Growth, 1995-2010
  • 11. Australia’s terms of trade, 1995-2010
  • 12. Internet and digital media technologies
  • 13. The new cultural policy
    Governments have searched for ways to surf the wave of the new information economy, looking to the creative industries broadly defined as sources of innovation to feed economic growth and employment creation at both national and local levels … [enabling] the arts [to] be seen as part of a wider and more dynamic sphere of economic activity, with links through to the information and knowledge economies, fostering creativity, embracing new technologies and feeding innovation (David Throsby, 2008).