Data after Dark



WHEN: 6pm – 30 May 2018

COST: $35.84

TICKETS: Eventbrite

Join us for wine, cheese and DATA, as we uncover the top statistical trends shaping culture & creativity.

If you're an arts & culture professional with no time for reading long reports or mastering advanced Excel, this is for you. The team at Patternmakers have mined the best datasets for the insights you really need to know.

Get your ticket now, and prepare to be entertained, enthralled and excited about numbers. Your friendly hosts Tandi Palmer Williams and Brooke Boyce will uncover the top statistical trends of 2018, while you enjoy a complimentary vino.

Indulge your inner geek and challenge the numbers, find out about data sources you can use, and chat with likeminded souls about where the arts & culture sector is heading. You'll walk away with a mini arsenal of useful facts and figures - that you can use to strengthen your creative work and enhance your decision-making capabilities.

If you have any access requirements, please get in touch.

About your hosts

Tandi Palmer Williams is an experienced consultant and arts and culture research specialist. She is accredited as a Qualified Practising Market Researcher (QPMR) and is an Associate of the UTS Institute of Public Policy and Governance.

As leader of Patternmakers, she manages a team of three staff and four contractors dedicated to researching important arts issues and opportunities. She is a trusted advisor of arts organisation leaders, and government agencies, and is currently leading the Review of Touring and Engagement for the Victorian Government.

Up until 2015 Tandi was Research Manager for the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts in England, and was previously Research Manager for the Australia Council for the Arts and Senior Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. She’s passionate about the role of research in creative industries innovation, and finding patterns in unexpected places.