Provincial and territorial arts research reports

Volume 15 No 7 / November 23, 201623 November 2016

In this issue: Four provincial and territorial arts research reports, including a multifaceted research project from British Columbia, research on artists in Saskatchewan, a survey of municipal cultural expenses in Quebec, and a study of arts administration resources in Nunavut.


Needs Assessment: Arts Administration Skills and Resources in Nunavut’s Arts and Culture Sector

Arts Research Monitor

Based on “a literature review, phone interviews, online surveys, artist roundtables and the development of an inventory of training providers”, this report examines the current situation and needs regarding skills training and supports fo… View this resource

Municipal spending on culture in Quebec in 2014

Arts Research Monitor

Every year, Quebec’s cultural observatory surveys municipalities about their spending on the arts, culture, and heritage, including: libraries; arts and letters; heritage, public art and design; cultural festivals and events; events with a cult… View this resource

Understanding the Arts Ecology of Saskatchewan from the Artist’s Perspective

Arts Research Monitor

With funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Saskatchewan Partnership for Arts Research (SPAR) undertook a survey of Saskatchewan artists, receiving 348 responses. As with all surveys where the respondents were not chose… View this resource

British Columbia arts and culture research projects

Arts Research Monitor

This series of research projects included three primary research endeavours: 1) a comparison of the finances of 19 B.C. arts, culture, and heritage organizations with 38 “peer” organizations in other provinces; 2) analysis of a province-w… View this resource

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