Table 1
Model for the Canadian Framework for Culture Statistics

Table 1
Model for the Canadian Framework for Culture Statistics
Table summary
This table displays the results of model for the Canadian framework for culture statistics. The information is grouped by domains (appearing as row headers), a. heritage and libraries, b. live performance, c. visual and applied arts, d. written and published works, e. audio-visual and interactive media, f. sound recording (appearing as column headers).
Culture domains
A. Heritage and Libraries B. Live Performance C. Visual and Applied Arts D. Written and Published Works E. Audio-visual and Interactive Media F. Sound Recording
Core culture sub-domains
1. Archives: includes archival collections and services 1. Performing Arts: includes live performances by individuals and companies of theatre (incl. musical and dinner theatre), opera, dance, orchestras, music, circuses, magic shows, ice shows, puppet theatre, mime shows, etc. as well as services such as promoters and presenters of performing arts. 1. Original Visual Art: includes original art such as paintings, drawings, pastels, engravings, prints, lithographs, sculptures and statuary, as well as dissemination services such as commercial art galleries. 1. Books: includes all published content and formats, regardless of delivery platform, including print, audio-books and eBooks, as well as dissemination services such as book fairs, literary festivals, reading series, and related events. 1. Film and Video: includes feature films, short films, live action and animated films, documentaries, videos, and interactive movies, in all formats including film, HD, digital, streamed and downloaded content, as well as dissemination services such as film festivals and related events. 1. Sound Recording: includes sound recording services, record production, record reproduction, and distribution, in all formats, regardless of delivery platform, including on-line digital or downloaded music content.
2. Libraries: includes library collections and services. 2. Festivals and Celebrations: includes live performed events, including festivals, fairs and other celebrations with live performances of music, theatre, dance, comedy, improvisation, multidisciplinary events, and services of promoters and presenters of live performed events. 2. Art Reproductions: include copies of original visual arts, produced with the use of technology, such as unlimited edition prints, posters, statuettes, and ornaments. 2. Periodicals: includes all published content and formats, regardless of delivery platform, including print, on-line versions, webzines (e-zines), and other digital and electronic publishing and delivery, as well as dissemination services such as magazine fairs and related events. 2. Broadcasting: includes broadcasters and service providers of traditional, pay and specialty radio content; cable, pay and specialty television programming; and Internet-based broadcast content such as podcasts, on-line, streamed, and digital radio and television programs. 2. Music Publishing: includes music composition and publishing, in all formats, regardless of delivery platform, including print music, on-line digital or downloaded content, sale of rights for performance, recording, reproduction, and other related rights.
3. Cultural Heritage: includes artifacts, collections (incl. antiques) and services such as museums, public art galleries, art museums, historic sites, historic buildings, planetaria, and archaeological sites.   3. Photography: includes traditional still and digital photography services, covering all fields including portrait, wedding, action, and specialty, commercial and industrial services. 3. Newspapers: includes all published content and formats, regardless of delivery platform, including print, electronic, and web-based newspapers, as well as other digital and electronic publishing and delivery. 3. Interactive Media: includes console games, on-line games, wireless games, and PC games as well as other related interactive digital edutainment products.  
4. Natural Heritage: includes collections and services such as botanical gardens, aquaria, zoological sites, and national parks, provincial parks and reserves, conservancy sites, and conservation areas with interpretation.   4. Crafts: includes hand-made artisanal goods from all materials, including textiles, jewellery, pottery, statues, ceramics, furniture, housewares, musical instruments, etc. 4. Other Published Works: includes published materials (in print or electronic form) such as brochures, leaflets, postcards, greeting cards, and calendars.    
Ancillary culture sub domains
    5.Advertising: includes design and development of advertisements. 5.Collected Information: includes design and development of catalogues, directories and other publications of copyrighted collected information.    
    6. Architecture: includes residential, non-residential, landscape and urban design services.      
    7. Design: includes graphic, interior, industrial, jewellery, fashion and other specialty design services.      
Transversal domains
G. Education and Training
H. Governance, Funding and Professional Support
Infrastructure domains
I. Mediating Products (includes tools and virtual infrastructure used by consumers to interact with culture content, e.g. computers, MP3 players, web-phones, eBook readers, etc.)
J. Physical Infrastructure (e.g. buildings)
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