4902.0 - Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications, 2014 (Third Edition)  
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GROUP 27 – OTHER ARTS

Group 27 Other arts consists of units mainly engaged in the provision of manufacturing, wholesaling, retailing or support services to the businesses classified to Groups 21 to 26. It consists of the following classes:

      271 Musical instrument retailing;
      272 Arts education;
      273 Copyright collection agencies;
      274 Recorded media manufacturing; and
      279 Arts n.e.c.

271 MUSICAL INSTRUMENT RETAILING

Definition

This class consists of units mainly engaged in retailing musical instruments and sheet music.


Exclusions / References

Units mainly engaged in:

(a) retailing and restoring antique musical instruments are included in Class 113 Antiques and collectables dealing and restoration;

(b) selling recorded music are included in Class 234 Recorded audio and video media retailing; and

(c) repairing, restoring and tuning musical instruments are included in Class 279 Arts n.e.c.


Primary Activities

Retailing new or second hand musical instruments

Sheet music retailing



272 ARTS EDUCATION

Definition

This class consists of units mainly engaged in the teaching of skills specific to the fields of literature, television, radio, film, visual arts and crafts, design, music, performing arts and other arts. Skills taught include creative writing; acting; dancing; singing; music composition and playing; visual design; radio, television and film production, post-production and direction; photography; and sound engineering and recording.


Exclusions / References

Units mainly engaged in:

(a) operating theatre-in-education companies or dance-in-education companies are classified to Class 222 Drama or Class 223 Dance as appropriate;

(b) operating dance rehearsal studios are included in Class 226 Performing arts venues; and

(c) operating clubs, such as music or photography clubs, where the focus is on a common interest are included in Class 451 Interest clubs and groups.


Primary Activities

Art school operation

Audio or multimedia school operation

Ballet school operation

Ballet teaching

Dance school operation

Dance studio operation (providing lessons and training in social and competitive dancing)

Drama school operation

Film, television and/or radio school operation

Music school operation

Music teaching



273 COPYRIGHT COLLECTION AGENCIES

Definition

This class consists of units mainly engaged in the collection of royalty payments from users of copyrights and the distribution of those payments to the copyright owners. Copyright collection agencies act on behalf of writers, playwrights, painters, sculptors, photographers, songwriters, composers, lyricists, choreographers, designers and other primary arts creators.


Primary Activities

Copyright collection agency operation



274 RECORDED MEDIA MANUFACTURING

Definition

This class consists of units mainly engaged in the manufacture of recorded media containing audio, video or interactive material. Examples of recorded media include compact discs, digital video/versatile discs, audio cassettes, video tapes and vinyl records.


Exclusions / References

Units mainly engaged in:

(a) book publishing are included in Class 214 Book publishing;

(b) sheet music publishing are included in Class 232 Music publishing;

(c) manufacturing blank media are included in Class 481 Other culture and leisure goods manufacturing;

(d) still photographic film manufacturing are included in Class 481 Other culture and leisure goods manufacturing;

(e) manufacturing pre-recorded computer tapes, disks or compact discs containing other than interactive material are out of scope of the classification; and

(f) developing commercial business application software, such as word processing and spreadsheet applications, are out of scope of the classification.


Primary Activities

Audio/recorded book and periodical reproduction

Manufacturing recorded audio media

Manufacturing recorded books and periodicals

Manufacturing recorded media containing interactive material

Manufacturing recorded video media

Prerecorded audio media manufacturing

Recorded video reproduction



279 ARTS N.E.C.

Definition

This class consists of units mainly engaged in the provision of manufacturing, wholesaling, retailing or support services to businesses classified elsewhere in Division 2.


Exclusions / References

Units mainly engaged in:

(a) providing sound recording services (including advertising music and jingle recording, and audio post-production for film or video) are included in Class 233 Record companies and distributors and sound recording studios;

(b) motion picture film print manufacturing and reproduction are included in Class 263 Film and video production;

(c) film or video festival operation are included in Class 265 Motion picture exhibition;

(d) representing groups or individuals in the arts sector through a business, professional or labour association are included in Class 464 Culture and leisure business, professional and labour associations;

(e) artists' supplies retailing are included in Class 483 Other culture and leisure goods retailing or hiring;

(f) construction of cultural or sporting venues are included in Class 471 Culture and leisure facilities construction; and

(g) provision of manufacturing, wholesaling, retailing or support services to industries in more than one division of the classification are included in Group 48 Other culture and leisure goods manufacturing and sales, or Group 46 Culture and leisure support services.


Primary Activities

Art space operation

Arts festival operation (not film)

Casting agency operation

Contemporary art space operation

Costume design, making or hire service

Film or theatre set design and construction service

Government agencies administering or supporting the arts

Musical instrument and musical instrument strings manufacture

Musical instrument repair, restoration and tuning

Performing arts festival operation

Photographic library operation, where the predominant activity is the sales of rights to photographs

Picture framing service

Promoting tours or individual performances by performing artists

Recorded media containing computer games or other electronic game software, wholesaling

Recorded media containing computer games or other electronic game software, retailing

Technical services for arts (e.g. lighting, staging and sound services)


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