As part of our goal of providing highly-relevant and insightful research on the arts, Kelly Hill has created and conducted dozens of presentations in both official languages, in various disciplines and in all regions of the country. Many of these presentations are available for download below.
Kelly Hill's presentation was a two-part session in Whitehorse: Part one (morning) highlighted statistics on the arts and culture that are (or are not) available for the North, based in part on findings from the Statistical Insights on the Arts series. The second part of the session (afternoon) was a discussion of the impacts and outcomes of the arts and culture for individuals and communities.
Artists and cultural workers transform communities. But what do we know about artists and cultural workers in our cities? Kelly Hill’s presentation provided key information about artists and cultural workers in Canadian municipalities, based on the 2011 National Household Survey. The emphasis was on Summit attendees’ communities.
This presentation examines the operating, grant, and capital expenditures on culture by the City of Saskatoon between 2009 and 2012. The presentation highlights why we should care about municipal cultural investments, what types of investments are included in the study, as well as study findings for Saskatoon and 12 other citeis that have participated in this benchmarking process over the past few years.
Hill Strategies Research is pleased to announce the schedule of upcoming Statistical Insights on the Arts presentations.
As part of the Statistical Insights on the Arts series, Kelly Hill will conduct four presentations in 2013-14 for no speaking / preparation fee. The speaking fee (covering preparation time) is funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council in conjunction with their funding of the Statistical Insights on the Arts series. Presenting organizations must pay for Kelly’s travel and accommodation expenses related to attending the event. Brief proposals will be accepted until 5 PM Eastern time on Friday, January 31, 2014