The League of American Orchestras has posted videos and research reports presented at its recent National Conference in Cleveland – and we’d like to share some of the highlights with you. A major focus of the event was the “record-high number of new research reports, most concerned with changing patterns of audience purchasing, including a League-commissioned Read more about Industry Intelligence[…]
Are you interested in benchmarking your organization’s donation and volunteering experience against reliable Canadian data? If yes, we’ve got a wonderful resource for you. Statistics Canada has just released preliminary results from the 2013 General Social Survey on Giving, Volunteering, and Participating. Highlights? The percentage of Canadians aged 15 and over donating to charities and Read more about Industry Intelligence[…]
Statistics Canada has just released its 2012 survey of performing arts organizations, and it presents a comprehensive overview of performing arts revenues, expenses, and audience numbers in that year. It’s not the cheeriest of reading, but vital nonetheless. You can link to it here.
Last week, Statistics Canada released the results of its 2010 Canadian Survey on Giving, Volunteering and Participating (the CSGVP) – a triennial tally of Canadians’ engagement with the voluntary and charitable sector. To help make sense of the reams of data, Imagine Canada has published a research note and tables, summarizing such key points as: Read more about What are you reading?[…]
Hill Strategies Research has just released the latest in its invaluable series of reports, largely drawn from Statistics Canada research, and this one – devoted to cultural participation by Canadians in 2010 – advises that Canadians’ participation in arts, culture and heritage activities reached record levels in 2010. Among the highlights: • All Canadians participated Read more about What are you reading?[…]