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Presentations, Statistical Insights on the Arts

I am excited and a bit nervous to announce a new structure to Hill Strategies’ work. Statistical insights on the arts will now be distributed as a “newsletter” at statsinsights.hillstrategies.com. Through a subscription model, I will continue to offe… View this resource

Arts Research in Canada – Insights and Absences


Thanks to the 100+ people who joined us on March 15 to explore and reflect upon the pilot year of the Arts Insights Canada (AIC) initiative. Presenters Cynthia Lickers-Sage, Parmela Attariwala, and Kelly Hill identified highlights and key findings fr… View this resource

As part of our goal to distribute insightful arts research information, Kelly Hill has created and conducted many presentations in both official languages, in various disciplines, and in all regions of the country.

Insights into Arts Participation in Alberta and the Rest of Canada


Kelly’s presentation in Fort Saskatchewan (AB) highlights statistics to help arts presenters understand key aspects of arts participation in Alberta and beyond. The presentation outlines Alberta and Canada-wide indicators of arts, culture, and herita… View this resource

Measuring the Economic Impacts of Heritage


Finding credible data on the economic impacts and benefits of heritage can be challenging. During his presentation at the 2019 Ontario Heritage Conference, Kelly Hill highlighted research and statistical information to help attendees identify indicat… View this resource

Call for up to 4 no-fee presentations by March 31, 2020


Please submit brief proposals by June 5 As part of the Statistical Insights on the Arts series, Kelly Hill will conduct up to 4 presentations between September 2019 and March 2020 for no speaking fee. The speaking fee (covering preparation time) is f… View this resource

The Arts in Canada: Setting the Stage for Wellbeing


This presentation provides an overview of cultural participation indicators and their potential links to the wellbeing of Canadians. View this resource

Advocating for Culture: How Canadians’ Participation Rates Reflect Value


This presentation outlines some key indicators of cultural participation from Canadians’ Arts, Culture, and Heritage Participation in 2016 and other reports from Hill Strategies Research. The presentation (and ensuing discussion with attendees) exami… View this resource


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