Arts participation

Volume 17 No 10 / March 13, 201913 March 2019

In this issue: A focus on participation in the arts, culture, and heritage, including summaries of three Canadian reports as well as a survey of elder British residents.


Canadians’ Arts, Culture, and Heritage Participation in 2016

Arts Research Monitor

Two recent reports from Hill Strategies examine Canadians’ participation in the arts, culture, and heritage based on Statistics Canada’s 2016 General Social Survey, which asked 9,844 respondents about their participation in 28 different activities. H… View this resource

More Canada

Arts Research Monitor

Based on a review of existing research and “think tank sessions on Canadian books and Canadian publishing” between December 2017 and September 2018, this report concludes that there is a paradox related to Canadian English-language books: “despite th… View this resource

Older People Poll

Arts Research Monitor

Based on a survey of 700 English residents over 65 years of age in 2015, this report found that 38% of respondents believe that “it is more difficult to attend or take part in arts and cultural events or activities now compared to when they were youn… View this resource

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