12 in-depth interviews of Australian visual artists in relation to entrepreneurship and innovation

Consists of in-depth interviews with professional Australian visual artists earning a 100% yearly income from arts-related work. Based on a purposefully selected sample.

The full methodology and discussion is available in the author's PhD thesis from the Related Publications link below.

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    Consists of in-depth interviews with professional Australian visual artists earning a 100% yearly income from arts-related work. Based on a purposefully selected sample.

    The full methodology and discussion is available in the author's PhD thesis from the Related Publications link below.

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      Dataset consists of 2 zip files containing the interview transcripts. The contents of the zip files are in either MS Word format (as submitted) or in PDF format (second zip file) for preservation purposes. Access to the files is restricted as they contain confidential information.

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  • Keywords
    • entrepreneurship
    • innovation
    • arts entrepreneurship
    • visual artists
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    FoR Codes (*)
    • 19 - Studies In Creative Arts And Writing
    SEO Codes
    • 910208 - Micro Labour Market Issues
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  • Start Date 2016/09/12
  • End Date 2016/10/05
  • Time Period 21st Century
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  • Locations
    • Australia
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    Physical Location Secure data section of Research Data JCU, James Cook University
    The Data Manager is: Crystal Williams
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    Access conditions Restricted: no access
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  • Data record size 2 zip files: 1.68 MB
  • Related publications
      Name Williams, Crystal (2018) Entrepreneurial mindsets and innovation: an empirical study on behaviours, skills and opinions of Australian visual artists. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
    • URL https://doi.org/10.25903/5d350d7a2c79d
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      Crystal Williams
    Citation Williams, Crystal (2019): 12 in-depth interviews of Australian visual artists in relation to entrepreneurship and innovation. James Cook University.