SEARCH RESULTS FOR IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 2055 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Crane, Lyz
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2011

In this paper, Lyz Crane draws on the work of practitioners and researchers to characterize the field of arts-based community development in which arts and culture can help achieve place-based change related to the physical, social, and economic dimensions of place.

Author(s): Burnham, Linda Frye
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2011

In this paper, long-time community arts chronicler Linda Frye Burnham offers snapshots of selected projects that help capture the range of community arts projects and programs today. They are led by veteran and up-and-coming artists and cultural organizations; new forms of interdisciplinary collectives; and collaborations between arts and community agencies

Author(s): Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2011

Arts and culture is one of our region’s strongest assets for growth. The 2011 Portfolio provides information on the health, breadth, and diversity of the region’s cultural sector, including the first comprehensive look at the effects of the recession on Southeastern Pennsylvania’s nonprofit arts and cultural organizations.

Author(s): Kushner, Roland, J. and Cohen, Randy
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2011

This is the full 2010 report is of the National Arts Index. The National Arts Index, created by Americans for the Arts, is a highly‐distilled measure of the health and vitality of arts in the U.S. It is composed of 81 equalweighted, national‐level indicators of arts and culture activity that covers a 12‐year period, from 1998 to 2009. Each indicator is updated annually and a new report is produced.

Author(s): Kushner, Roland, J. and Cohen, Randy
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2011

This is the full 2010 report is of the National Arts Index. The National Arts Index, created by Americans for the Arts, is a highly‐distilled measure of the health and vitality of arts in the U.S. It is composed of 81 equalweighted, national‐level indicators of arts and culture activity that covers a 12‐year period, from 1998 to 2009. Each indicator is updated annually and a new report is produced.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2011

This one pager provides an overview of the benefits of Cultural Tourism in the United States and includes the percentage of foreign visitors participating in arts & culture while visiting the U.S.

Author(s): Menchaca, Mitch and Davidson, Benjamin
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2010

This Monograph features the findings from our 2010 Census on Local Arts Agencies, offering a glimpse at the state of the field nationwide.

Author(s): Mooring, Kathrine
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2010

This Monograph, covers findings from the 2010 BCA Triennial Survey of Business Support to the Arts, delve into case studies about successful partnerships between arts and business, and provide some insights on how to best leverage business support for the arts.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Aug 01, 2010

The BCA Survey of Business Support for the Arts is the nation’s largest survey of its kind, delving beyond pure numbers into the motivations behind and goals of business partnerships with the arts. The specific findings from the survey are used to project national trends in support for the arts by businesses large and small across our nation. The study acts as a resource for current and potential funders of the arts, and for local advocacy organizations to encourage increased partnership between the business community and the arts. BCA has conducted the survey since 1968.

Author(s): Arizona Arts Education Research Institute
Date of Publication: Jul 01, 2010

Arizona K-12 public school principals were invited to participate in a survey about arts education in their schools. 409 school principals, representing 236,645 students, participated by reporting on their schools curriculum, instruction, funding and factors that contribute to the delivery of arts education. The census results represent 22% of all enrolled students from urban, suburban, rural and charter schools. The results of this survey reported that 80% of students have access to some sort of arts education in their school. Relatively few schools offered at least one course in three

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