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Museums, galleries and performing arts

Volume 6 No 4 / September 26, 200726 September 2007

This month: an examination of recently-released statistics from Statistics Canada and Business for the Arts related to heritage organizations, art galleries and performing arts organizations. In addition to a summary of the Statistics Canada reports, new data analysis by Hill Strategies Research is included in this issue of the Arts Research Monitor.

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Annual Survey of Performing Arts Organizations, 2005-06

Arts Research Monitor

This survey from the Council for Business and the Arts in Canada highlights the situation of non-profit performing arts companies in 2005-06 and trends between 1996-97 and 2005-06. In 2005-06, 226 performing arts organizations participated in the sur… View this resource

Performing arts 2005

Arts Research Monitor

Statistics Canada’s 2005 performing arts survey provides broad statistics about non-profit andfor-profit theatre, musical theatre, dinner theatre, opera, dance, musical groups (e.g., orchestras, chamber music and popular music groups) and others (e.g… View this resource

Annual Survey of Public Museums and Art Galleries, 2005-06

Arts Research Monitor

The most recent survey results from Business for the Arts (formerly The Council for Business and the Arts in Canada) provide insights into the health of non-profit museums and art galleries in 2005-06. In addition, a series of fact sheets examines lo… View this resource

Heritage institutions 2005

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Statistics Canada’s 2005 heritage institutions survey provides broad statistics about non-profit andfor-profit heritage organizations, including art galleries, museums, historic sites, zoos and botanical gardens. Heritage organizations that are part… View this resource

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http://hillstrategies.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/ARM_vol6_no4.pdf

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