Princeton University Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies - A Program of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Quick Facts about the Arts - Venues & facilities

This topic includes: traditional and non-traditional venues for arts and culture, such as museums, concert halls, libraries, religious venues, corporate spaces, historic sites, festivals, and colleges

Case study: The Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1999
Only a slight majority of Americans (57%) supported the right of the Brooklyn Museum to show the controversial "Sensation" exhibit in the fall of 1999, according to a poll commissioned by the First Amendment Center more ....
Places of worship as venues for artistic activities.
The Arts & Religion Survey 1999 found that about six out of every seven places of worship (85%) sponsored at least one of the following artistic activities within the year preceding the survey more ....
Public libraries as venues for cultural programming
The vast majority of public libraries (86%), serving populations of over 5,000, offer some form of cultural programming for adults more ....


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