Feb. 8, 2016
The Nevada Arts Council will participate in a national research study, known as Arts & Economic Prosperity® 5, to measure the economic impact of nonprofit arts organizations and their audiences.
The study is being conducted by Americans for the Arts, the leading nonprofit arts organization for advancing the arts in the United States. The Council is one of nearly 300 study partners across the U.S. that will help with gathering detailed financial and event attendance data from nonprofit arts and cultural organizations during 2016.
The NAC will be working with a network of organizations and individuals to ensure the study includes data from Nevada’s urban neighborhoods and rural communities. Reno’s Arts and Cultural Division, also a survey partner, will be collecting surveys in the city of Reno. Results will be released in June of 2017.
“We are honored to be part of this national initiative, and to work closely with our colleagues in Reno and those across the country,” said Susan Boskoff, NAC executive director. “I know that our customized findings will demonstrate clearly that the arts are considered a […]