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.

6 May 2010
At this conference of municipal cultural workers, Kelly Hill talked about useful facts, statistics, information and research sources. His presentation provided conference attendees with tips and a "toolkit" to find and assess research information. (Note: large file... 3.3 MB)
15 March 2010
This presentation outlined some key facts about the situation of the arts and culture in Manitoba, including information about the social, education, health and economic impacts of the arts and culture, the situation of non-profit arts and culture organizations, government spending on culture in Manitoba, and artists and cultural workers in the province and local municipalities.
3 March 2010
Where do artists and cultural workers choose to live? What might these choices mean? Why should we care? At the Toronto conference "Cultural Mapping and Cultural Planning: Making the Connection", Kelly Hill addressed these questions while presenting the findings of a recent study that mapped artists and cultural workers in Toronto, Ottawa and three other Canadian cities. Other recent reports on artists from Hill Strategies' Statistical Insights on the Arts series were also briefly summarized.

Note: The full report on which the presentation is based is available here.
14 September 2009

As part of the Statistical Insights on the Arts and Arts Research Monitor series, Kelly Hill will conduct two presentations in 2009-10 for no speaking / preparation fee. Please send in your expression of interest and requested information by October 15, 2009.

8 November 2008
Kelly Hill's presentation provided CAPACOA delegates with a broader understanding of the social impacts of the arts, including tips on how to integrate the information into their day-to-day activities and strengthen their long-term thinking and awareness of the social environments within which they operate.