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Quick Facts about the Arts - Participation

This topic includes: topics related to arts audiences whether live or via media, non-arts leisure activities, and informal or amateur arts engagement

Arts Exposure of Children in the Silicon Valley
According to the Creative Community Index: Survey of Silicon Valley Residents [2002], 96% of parents of school-aged children thought that arts education classes should be required for all school children. However, in the 12 months prior to the survey, only 76% of households with school-aged children had even one child who took lessons in art, dance, theater, or music. more ....
How many people participate in arts and cultural activities?
The Survey of Public Participation in the Arts 2002 found that about 40 percent of the adult population of the United States (an estimated 81 million Americans) -- attended at least one of seven arts activities more ....
How much does attendance at performing arts events vary across communities? Updated 7/21/04
Annual rates of attendance at performing arts events in general appear to vary by as much as 17 percentage points across communities with relatively similar performing arts profiles more ....
What motivates Kansas City residents to participate in arts and culture?
Kansas City residents who attended at least one arts or cultural event in the prior year did so primarily for social or civic reasons, according to the Cultural Participation Survey 1998. more ....
Who attends classical music concerts?
According to the Classical Music Consumer Segmentation Study 2002: National Survey approximately 16% of adults in the United States attended a classical music concert in the 12 months prior to the survey more ....

 

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