Author(s): Carol Becker, James Clifford, Henry Louis Gates
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1993

This book, a result of a two part symposium presented by the Association of Art museum Directors held in 1990 and 1991 addresses the issues of multiculturalism specifically in relation to American museums.

Author(s): Kutner, Gail; Love, Jeffrey
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2002

"When it comes to charity, older African Americans are more likely than those of other racial and ethnic groups to work through their churches to help the needy. Older Asian Americans are more likely to support museums and other cultural institutions. Older Hispanics donate the least money ンbut the most time ンto community organizations and people in need. Those are some of the findings of an AARP survey to be released today, the first in-depth look at the way older Americans of different ethnic and racial groups approach community service and philanthropic giving."

Author(s): National Endowment for the Arts
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1991

[This] is a report on the cultural, economic, and educational conditions and contributions of the arts in America. This report combines and expands upon the approaches of the previous two [reports]. It examines both past and present investments in the arts and provides an overview of the impact of various aspects of the arts on our economy and culture. It both explores the Arts Endowment's role in fostering the development of our national artistic resources and discusses aspects of the other support systems for the arts. (p. ii).

Author(s): Svendsen, Arnijot Stromme and Handelshayskole, Norges
Date of Publication: Nov 30, 1992

This paper argues that the existance of art loving minorities and of elite art may mean an inability of all but a few to enjoy that particular art. It may well be that while the number of individual art products is fast increasing there is no corresponding decrease in the number of products being revered from the past. This situation will tend to create and maintain a large and growing number of separate art loving groups. A major idea in the economics of these conditions is that the art product will tend to be fragmented in an increasing number of outcomes and the cultural demand will be

Author(s): Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Cultural Assistance Center
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1982

1983 Highlights: This report provides highlights of the major findings and a brief summary of major sections of the full report.

Author(s): St. Louis Regional Arts Commission
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1987

1998 cultural plan charts a course to help ensure the development of strong, diverse, creative, and accessible arts and cultural institutions; an environment supportive to individual artists; and an audience for the future. The process involved collecting information about the arts community. (from abstract)

Author(s): Sunderland, Jacqueline Tippett
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1975

A chance for a lasting and meaningful relationship between the arts and the elderly became a very real possibility in the summer of 1971 when major organizational spokesmen of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the National Council on the Aging formed a distinguished advisory committee to explore past and current efforts in this area, and to break new ground for a cultural commitment for the future. The prospectus that follows - Older Americans and the Arts: A Human Equation - is a distillation of the committee's findings.

Author(s): National Association of Artists' Organizations
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1997

A directory to organizations that help artists and a document which outlines organizational activity by artists. Essays and testimonies about general trends in the arts community follow.

Author(s): Horowitz, Harold
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1989

A look at the patterns represented in the audience of Jazz listeners.

Author(s): Australia Council
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1997

A new Australian Council resource for arts organizations which focuses specifically on the development of non-English speaking background audiences. In doing so it brings together two key concerns: the Council's Arts for a Multicultural Australia policy and our ongoing commitment to audience development, in particular marketing skills development. (from abstract)