Young People’s Cultural Journeys

Report from Arts Connect in the UK gathers data on young people’s engagement in culture, and motivations and barriers for doing so, and discovers that engagement is broad, flexible, and being changed by digital technologies. Recommendations for arts organizations include embracing young people’s wider perceptions of arts and culture, providing increased digital content, and providing opportunities for creative skills development.

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Culture Track 2017 Reports

New behaviours are driving digital engagement, loyalty, and giving. Measuring, proving, and articulating social impact has never been more important in the eyes of cultural consumers. Released in: a top-line deck, a top-line report, a supporting data document containing over two hundred graphs, and the raw data tables.

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Everyday Creativity - 64 Million Artists

Commissioned by Arts Council England and written by 64 Million Artists, this report looks at the role of Everyday Creativity in the cultural ecology. The work was delivered following the publication of the Warwick Commission Report into Cultural Value.

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Arts and Heritage Access and Availability Survey 2016-2017

Based on a survey of more than 2,000 Canadians, this report highlights information about arts and heritage attendance, personal arts participation, as well as perceptions of cultural activities and government arts support. The report concludes that there is “robust public engagement with arts and culture in Canada”.

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