The Creative Livelihoods-project was a research project conducted by the the Academy of Visual Arts (AVA) of Hong Kong Baptist University under the leadership of Associate Professor Mr. Peter Benz. The primary objective of the project was to get insight into the long-term professional development of graduates from Creative Arts-related undergraduate programmes in Hong Kong.
You may download the full report on the outcomes of Creative Livelihoods here.
Or, you may explore the data through this website: 596 creative graduates from the years 2001 to 2015 completed the full survey of about 45 detailed questions. Each “dot” on the homepage represents one specific individual creative graduate.
Creative Livelihoods, Phase I was funded with a project grant of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC). Phase II is funded by a General Research Fund of the Research Grant Committee (RGC) of Hong Kong government.