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Recent presentations of arts research information

The COVID-19 Pandemic and Cultural Policies: The CERB and Independent Artists


This panel was focused on a discussion on the issues raised by the CERB and the government response to the pandemic for professional artists. As noted by the panel organizer, there is no doubt that the effect of the pandemic on artists has been immen… View this resource

Demographic Patterns in Canadians’ Performing Arts Participation


Based on the largest survey of Canadians’ arts participation, this presentation highlights similarities and differences in performing arts participation for different demographic groups. The presentation focuses on performing arts attendance by immig… 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.

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

Call for 2 no-fee presentations by March 28, 2019


Please submit brief proposals by January 9, 2019 As part of the Statistical Insights on the Arts series, Kelly Hill will conduct two presentations in early 2019 for no speaking fee. The speaking fee (covering preparation time) is funded by the Depart… View this resource

Spotlight on the Arts: Impact on Business, Health and Well-being


The arts economy is unique, making it a fascinating area of study. In Canada, culture represents over 700,000 jobs and about $62 billion in direct economic impact. Culture’s value-added impact is much larger than that of agriculture, forestry,… View this resource

Situation of New Brunswick artists


This presentation examined the current socio-economic and professional situation of New Brunswick artists, including statistics on artists and cultural workers in the province as well as the broader impacts of the creative sector. View this resource

Arts, Culture, Health, Well-being, and Social Connectedness


While sport and physical activity are widely acknowledged as important for good health, the links between arts and culture to health and wellbeing are less well understood and less frequently acknowledged. Kelly Hill's presentation reviewed resea… View this resource


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