Presentations

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.

8 January 2014

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

7 May 2013

In this presentation to the Mississauga Cultural Resource Partnership, Kelly Hill highighted findings from a project to measure the cultural investment by the City of Mississauga. In addition, he spoke about artists and cultural workers in Mississauga, cultural development in other cities, and why cultural development matters at a local level.

2 March 2013

This session highlighted statistics and data gaps regarding the arts and culture in Saskatchewan.

28 February 2013

This session highlighted what research can (and can’t) tell us about arts audiences, including information about demographic factors and cultural crossovers, motivations underlying arts attendance, and the concept of arts engagement.

26 October 2012

At this critical time for the development of the arts in Nova Scotia, Kelly Hill's presentation helped further the collaborative momentum in the cultural community, informed the community about key cultural statistics, and helped frame the context for the next stages of broad-based sector planning and engagement. The presentation includes information about participation rates in arts and culture activities, consumer spending on culture, artists, cultural workers, funding for culture, volunteers and donors.