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This topic includes: financial and economic topics such as giving to the arts, volunteering, commercial arts and media, consumer spending, production costs, the economic impact of arts and culture, salaries, and expenses


The Arts & the Internet: How Has Technology and the Internet Impacted San Francisco Area Artists?
According to Information on Artists III 69% of artists state that the production of their art has been affected by advances in technology. more ....
Challenges in Transitioning From a Professional Dance Career: An International Comparison
The aDvANCE Project [2003] found that, in transitioning to a post-performance career, dancers in the United States generally reported a larger percentage of career transition challenges, while dancers in Switzerland reported fewer post-performance transition challenges than did dancers in either the U.S. or Australia more ...
From what sources do nonprofit arts and cultural organizations receive financial support?
In fiscal year 1998, nonprofit arts and cultural organizations received 54% of their revenue from earned income, 25% from private sector income more ....
How many Americans volunteer their time to arts and cultural organizations?
4.8% of Americans over the age of 21 volunteered for arts, culture, and humanities organizations during the twelve months preceeding the 2001 Giving and Volunteering in the United States survey more ....
How much do Americans contribute to arts and culture?
American households that made charitable contributions in 2000 gave an average of $234 to arts, culture and humanities organizations more ....
How much do foundations contribute to arts and culture?
The Foundation Center estimates that U.S. foundations gave approximately $3.7 billion to arts and culture in 2000, representing about 13 percent of all grant dollars given more ....
Transitioning from a professional dance career
According to the aDvANCE Project [United States], professional dancers in the United States end their performance careers, on average, at the age of 34 more ....

 

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