Posts tagged with 'funding'

Public Funding for Art: Chicago Compared with 12 Peer Regions

This study compares the direct public dollars received by organizations and artists in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Denver, Houston, Miami, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland (OR), San Diego, and San Francisco from 2002-2012. Often, studies of public funding for the arts look at appropriations made on the national and state levels and estimates of local expenditures, but this report delves more deeply using grant-level data to examine the dollars received by organizations and artists resident in each city or region.

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Social Capital and Support for Public Funding of the Arts" (January 2004)

We test the hypothesis that social capital is an important determinant of popular support for public funding of the arts.

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Mapping State Cultural Policy: The State of Washington

State-level funding for the arts, humanities, heritage, and allied forms of culture is an important source of financial support, dwarfing the aid provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.  This investigation, underwritten by the Pew Charitable Trusts, shows that states support culture through policies and programs scattered across state government and through means that go beyond direct funding.

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Policy and Planning with a Purpose or The Art of Making Choices in Arts Funding

How does one make informed choices in arts funding and in arts policy?

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