Impact of our National Cultural Institutions
We measure the impact of our national cultural institutions and highlight the key role they play in the cultural lives of Australians.
This key performance indicator framework measures the impact of our national cultural institutions. It highlights the key role the national cultural institutions play in the cultural lives of Australians and the important place they hold in the Australian cultural landscape.
The framework was created in close consultation with our national cultural institutions and provides a consistent, best practice approach to measuring and reporting performance data and more clearly aligning their activities, reporting and planning processes with the Australian Government's cultural objectives.
The statistics for 2013–14 can be found below; we are currently compiling the results for the 2014–15 reporting period.
Key sets of 2013–14 statistics
Overview of key 2013–14 data
Comparison 2012–13 and 2013–14 data
In 2013–14, the National Collecting Institutions encompassed eight institutions (a sub-set of the National Cultural Institutions): the Australian National Maritime Museum; the Bundanon Trust; the Museum of Australian Democracy; the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia; the National Gallery of Australia; the National Library of Australia; the National Museum of Australia; and the National Portrait Gallery.
The National Cultural Institutions encompass the collecting institutions listed above, the Australia Council, the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, and Screen Australia.