SEARCH RESULTS FOR PARTICIPATION IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 407 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Mar 01, 2018

The nonprofit arts, unlike most industries, leverage significant amounts of event-related spending by their audiences. Attendance at arts events generates related commerce for hotels, restaurants, parking garages, and more.

 

Author(s): Rabkin, Nick
Date of Publication: Apr 01, 2017

This report is an inquiry into one utilitarian role: the relationship between the arts and what social scientists generally refer to as civic or community engagement.

Author(s): Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2017

Youth in social circus programs across the US are making big leaps in the skills they need to lead productive lives, according to a recently completed study commissioned by the American Youth Circus Organization (AYCO) and conducted by the David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality. The study found that circus arts has a positive impact on the Social and Emotional Learning outcomes of youth at risk. 

Author(s): Cohen, Randy
Date of Publication: May 01, 2016

This one pager give an overview of key data from the 2015 Local Arts Agency Census about how local arts agencies use the arts to build bridges between cultures anc connect communities regardless of age, race, ethnicity, or economic standing.

 

Author(s): National Endowment for the Arts
Date of Publication: Mar 18, 2016

This infographic published by the National Endowment for the Arts uses statistics national surveys to tell us about our trends and tendencies when we participate in the arts.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2016

This report is an in-depth look at the perceptions and attitudes about the arts in the United States. An Americans for the Arts and Ipsos Public Affairs survey of more than 3,000 American adults over the age of 18 in December 2015, provides current insight on topics including support for arts education and government arts funding, personal engagement in the arts, the personal benefits and well-being that come from engaging in the arts, and if/how those benefits extend more broadly to the community.

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Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2015

In their The Arts in Early Childhood literature review, the NEA explores the relationship between arts participation and positive social and emotional development in early childhood. We learn that children whose parents sing to them on a consistent basis reportedly have more sophisticated social-emotional skills than children whose parents do not and that toddlers who participate in long-term integrated music programs tend to be more cooperative and independent.

Author(s): Grimes, Madeline
Date of Publication: Nov 01, 2015

The market for symphony orchestras and universities is closely examined by assessing the behavior of Yougstown State Univeristy students and their consumption of the art form. The study investigates factors that may influence Youngstown State University students in their consumption, such as poor marketing of events, alternative forms of entertainment, and high ticket prices.

Author(s): Arts Midwest and Metropolitan Group
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2015

Arts Midwest and Metropolitan Group recently launched Creating Connection, a report that details our findings from a national research project conducted in Fall 2014 around public values, behaviors, and attitudes as they relate to arts and culture. Part of a broader effort to use the social change strategy building public will to make arts and culture a more recognized, valued, and expected part of our everyday lives, this report signals the completion of our first phase of work.

Author(s): National Edowment for the Arts
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2015

The Why Do People Attend The Arts Infographic was created by the National Edowment fo rthe Arts from their report When Going Gets Tough: Barriers and Motivatons Affecting Arts Attendance.

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