Radbourne, Jennifer, Johanson, Katya and Glow, Hilary 2009, Empowering audiences to measure quality, in AIMAC 2009 : Proceedings : 10th International Conference on Arts & Cultural Management, SMU, Dallas, Tex., pp. 1-12.
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This paper addresses four indicators of the audience experience in the performing arts: knowledge, risk, authenticity and collective engagement, and argues that these provide a measure of the audience's experience of the quality of a performance. Qualitative interviews with four performing arts companies demonstrated a range of strategies for gathering audience feedback. In particular, the paper addresses systems for gathering "deep feedback" by audiences, and argues that these are a means of collecting information about the quality of the audience experience. "Deep feedback" is a critical mechanism by which performing arts organisations can engage in audience development and audiences are empowered to measure quality.
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Field of Research
160502 Arts and Cultural Policy
Socio Economic Objective
970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
HERDC Research category
E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
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