Other Publications

This portion of our site provides more information about some custom research projects that have been commissioned from Hill Strategies Research, including links to additional information or full reports. Our clients have included arts organizations, arts associations and partnerships, arts councils, municipalities, and government departments.

25 September 2009
An influential group of Canadian arts organizations is looking for ways to do more to support Canada's senior artists (that is, artists in all disciplines who are 65 and over). We invite artists 55 and over to participate in a survey about their needs and interests.
15 June 2009
This report is a combination of a study of classical music attendance in Canada and presentation information about the social effects of classical music attendance. The report was commissioned by Orchestras Canada and funded by the Canada Council for the Arts. Kelly Hill presented this information at the Orchestras Canada conference on May 27, 2009.
26 February 2009
The Senior Artists' Research Project is the first-ever assessment of the situation and needs of older artists in Canada. The goal of the project is to conduct in-depth research and implement solutions to the difficulties faced by Canada's senior artists (65+), many of them the founders and creators of the cultural fabric of our country.
1 March 2008
A big thank you to all who participated! As part of a market research study for La Nouvelle Scène in Ottawa, Hill Strategies conducted a French-language survey of theatre and cultural participation in Ottawa-Gatineau.
20 March 2007
Hill Strategies Research to conduct research into the state of arts organizations in Canada for Business for the Arts. Hill Strategies Research encourages managers of Canadian non-profit performing arts organizations, museums and art galleries to complete the Business for the Arts survey. Wide participation by the arts community will help ensure meaningful and powerful data analysis. The deadline is April 25th. Further information, as well as online links to submit survey data, is available at http://www.businessforarts.org/surveys/default.asp.