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Since 2002, Pew has partnered with the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance to enhance audience engagement efforts among the region's arts and culture organizations.
This effort has produced groundbreaking studies on audience participation trends and behaviors that were compiled into one publication, Research Into Action: Pathways to New Opportunities. It also pioneered new tools which have returned tremendous benefits to the local cultural community, including PhillyFunGuide, an online events calendar, and PhillyFunSavers, which allows subscribers to purchase half-price tickets for select presentations. Together these programs have generated significant new audiences and ticket revenues to participating cultural organizations.
For more information about the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance's ongoing audience engagement programs, please visit www.philaculture.org.
Sep 19, 2011 - The “2011 Portfolio” provides information on the health, breadth, and diversity of the region’s cultural sector, including the first comprehensive look at the effects of the recession on Southeastern Pennsylvania’s nonprofit arts and cultural organizations. The report is based on detailed financial and organizational information reported by 405 cultural organizations to the Pennsylvania Cultural Data Project , a statewide data collection effort operated by Pew.
Sep 21, 2009 - This research report from the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance offers specific insights into how the Philadelphia region's diverse population engages with the arts and the report provides specific strategies for cultural organizations looking to build stronger audience connections.
Sep 22, 2008 - The arts and cultural sector is one of Southeastern Pennsylvania’s strongest assets. The 2008 Portfolio examines the vibrancy, value, and vulnerability of the cultural community for civic leaders, policymakers, cultural organizations, and the general public.
View: Full Report (Adobe PDF)
Aug 20, 2007 - New Orleans' NOLAFunGuide.com goes online during the city’s famous Jazz Fest.
Sep 26, 2006 - Report offers a comprehensive look at the scope of the Southeastern Pennsylvania nonprofit cultural sector.
May 01, 2006 - A Spring 2006 Trust magazine briefing on the report Mapping State Cultural Policy: The State of Washington.
Aug 15, 2005 - Using a systematic and systemwide perspective, this book describes the state of the visual arts today and identifies how this picture is changing, why those changes are taking place, what they imply for the future, and what policy issues are involved.
May 21, 2001 - The Museum Loan Network creates relationships among cultural institutions—and between them and their visitors.
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