With Perth Fringe World festival 2019 done & dusted, Jamie & Kari would like to publish this shameless plug about what we consider to be our quite successful foray as first-time event presenters in our six years of having been involved in some capacity with this festival. Obviously, last year’s negative feedback from some trusted … Continue reading FRINGE WORLD Reflections
Abstract This study explores the motivations and satisfactions of volunteers working within two visitor centres, one at a rural tourism destination with the other in a regional setting. A comparative analysis between the two differing centres is conducted employing quantitative survey and qualitative interview methods. The Volunteers Functions Inventory (VFI) was selected as a … Continue reading Volunteers and Visitor Centres: Volunteering or Vocation?
Euphorium Creative & City of Cockburn present Sidesplitter comedy festival 2018 and have free tickets to give away to members of eligible community groups. Click here to apply.
Introduction This essay serves to first explain the rationale for event policy and economic impact assessment (EIA) and then explore the event evaluation literature seeking critique concerning the adequacy, suitability or effectiveness of EIA as legitimation for event policy. In doing so it aims to identify the flaws and weaknesses inherent within traditional event evaluation … Continue reading Flaws and weaknesses of EIA as event evaluation methodology