What kinds of arts experiences foster feelings of connection and well-being? A new report funded in part by The Wallace Foundation, reveals some insights from Black and African American participants, a viewpoint historically sidelined from research and planning efforts in the arts.
More than half of Americans say that arts and culture organizations are important to them, according to a new study. The results are part of an ongoing research effort by the companies LaPlaca Cohen and Slover Linett Audience Research, called Culture + Community in a Time of Transformation.
The pandemic shed light on what audiences, particularly those in BIPOC communities, want from arts and cultural organizations—and how organizations are responding.
Dance/USA’s Director of Research outlines key findings of the organization’s COVID-19 impact study conducted in 2021.