We are proud to work with Australian and global                creative leaders. 

Government

Australia Council for the Arts

Create NSW

Creative Victoria

Creative Partnerships Australia

Film Victoria

VicHealth

NSW Department of Industry

NSW Health

Blacktown City Council

City of Wagga Wagga

Penrith City Council

Marrickville Council

City of Gold Coast

Wollongong City Council

Parramatta City Council

 

Creative Industries

Arts Centre Melbourne

Sydney Symphony

Opera Australia

The Australian Ballet

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

Red Room Poetry

Australian Youth Orchestra

Musica Viva Australia

Australian Centre for Craft and Design

Museum of Contemporary Art

WestWords

Information Cultural Exchange

Cox Inall Ridgeway

Industry Bodies

Diversity Arts Australia

Multicultural Arts Victoria

Australian Major Performing Arts Group

Confederation of Australian State Theatres

National Association for the Visual Arts

Museums & Galleries NSW

NSW Public Libraries Association

Artsupport Australia

USA National Performance Network / National Visual Arts Network

 

Universities

Macquarie University

Deakin University

Western Sydney University

Asialink Arts, University of Melbourne

Australian Film TV Radio School

 


Industry response to our work 

“I have to say that of all the years and all the people working in bureaucracies, I think you did some of the most thorough research I’ve seen. And even better, clear enough to influence policy!”
— Libby Anstis, former General Manager, Queensland Theatre Company
“I loved the papers on artistic vibrancy, and have been telling people about them ever since I got back from Australia. It’s probably the most important discussion we can have.”
— Alan Brown, WolfBrown
Sarah and Jackie are world leaders and pioneers in the field of meaningful arts evaluation. They are collegiate, flexible and innovative in the methods they used to evaluate our programs. The clarity and grounding they brought to the work has helped us think more strategically about what our programs are trying to achieve and how we reach and engage different communities.”
— Emer Harrington, (former Head of Participation), Arts Centre Melbourne
 ”The Creative Industries Innovation Centre has engaged Jackie and Yen on numerous occasions to undertake complex evaluation, industry research and analysis. Their work has been high quality, astute, and strategic and has contributed richly to the Australian Government’s creative industries knowledge and intelligence. Jackie and Yen have been, and will continue to be, an asset to our mission.”
— Adam Blake, Creative Industries Innovation Centre
...(R)esearchers Jackie Bailey and Hung-Yen Yang of BYP Group aim to understand the motivations – and the barriers – involved in presenting performances by Indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities...The report’s section on barriers to programming First Nations work, in particular, offers a new and valuable contribution to the literature that is remarkable for its candor. ...We would also love to see more research examining how these kinds of cross-cultural programming challenges play out in other national contexts.
— Salem Tsegaye, Createquity