A Cultural Impact Project | The Project
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The Project

About the Project

Asia TOPA: A Cultural Impact Project will research the impact of Melbourne’s inaugural Asia TOPA festival on the Victorian arts sector, participating organisations and audiences. Arts Centre Melbourne, on behalf of a consortium of thirteen leading Victorian cultural institutions, and the Australia Council have partnered with Deakin researchers to identify and analyse evidence of the value of Asia TOPA in its inaugural year – economically, socially and culturally.

The project takes a cross-disciplinary approach consisting of four modules that address different levels of impact of Asia TOPA:
Impact of the consortium model

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Economic impact

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Impact on the arts sector

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Impact in achieving Australia’s cultural diplomacy objectives

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Processes and Outcomes

Each module addresses different research questions and uses differing methodologies, but with overarching questions that unite the models.

The research documents processes and outcomes for key Asia TOPA stakeholders, measures impact, identifies factors that contribute to success and key learnings for future delivery. Resulting recommendations will build capacity for Australia’s cultural sector to engage with Asia, and invite new forms of investment with partners aligned to interests in Asia.

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This research project has been supported by Arts Centre Melbourne on behalf of the Asia TOPA consortium, the Australia Council, The City of Melbourne and Deakin University Centre for Sustainable and Responsible Organisations (CSaRO)

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