The M&GNSW website notes that:
The research reveals that if you have 10 people standing in front of an artwork in a public gallery, it is likely that:
- At least one will speak a language other than English at home;
- At least two will be tourists;
- Two will be under 35 and at least three aged between 35-54;
- Four will be from a household earning less than $40,000 and only two of them will be from a household earning more than $80,000;
- At least five will live within the gallery’s local government area;
- At least five will work (full or part time) and two will be retired;
- Two will have finished secondary level schooling, and
- Two will have a post graduate degree;
- Five will have been to that gallery more than four times in the past two years, but for three of them, it will be their first visit;
- Two will have come with their partner, three by themselves, with the others coming with family and/or friends;
- Almost all of them will have rated their visit as “Good” or “Terrific”.
You can access the report at the M&GNSW website.
Posted by Gillian Savage