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.

26 April 2004
This report provides a portrait of the state of Theatre for Young People in Ontario in 2004, including significant information about the structure, impacts, challenges and needs of the sector. The report, based on findings from focus group sessions, individual interviews, and email questionnaires, examines the artistic and business practice in the sector as well as its financial realities.
17 April 2004
The two fact sheets in this series highlight the economic impacts of 97 of Ontario's festivals and events, including non-profit organizations involved in culture, sports, recreation and community-based initiatives. This fact sheet, the first of two, highlights the overall impacts of the festivals and events on different sectors of the economy and on the revenues of different levels of government.
17 April 2004
The two fact sheets in this series highlight the economic impacts of 97 of Ontario's festivals and events, including non-profit organizations involved in culture, sports, recreation and community-based initiatives. This second fact sheet highlights the breakdown of the key economic impact figures for small, medium and large festivals and events.
3 July 2003
Destination Culture summarizes the first three years of activity of the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund.
1 April 2003
This qualitative research project on the importance of the media arts sector in artistic and economic terms was conducted for the Canada Council for the Arts and the Department of Canadian Heritage. The report for this project clearly outlines the impacts, challenges and needs of the media arts sector in Canada. The report also lays the foundation for potential future research into this growing sector of the arts.