The CDP worked with a Research Advisory Committee to seek ways to improve the data application and research request review process. For more information, please click here.
The high-quality data collected by the CDP has been used in a growing number of research and advocacy reports produced by professional researchers around the country. In order to foster significant research both regionally and nationally, the CDP partners with qualified researchers who analyze and report out on the data on the arts and cultural sector.
August 13, 2014
The LA County Arts Commission has recently released a study detailing the benefits nonprofit arts and cultural organizations provide to the economy throughout the Los Angeles County region.
Bronwyn Mauldin, Research and Evaluation Manager, utilized CDP data to help answer important questions as emerging
research finds the arts make a major contribution to the American economy.
June 20, 2014
The Arts Factor is an initiative established by ArtsBoston that uses data to demonstrate the positive impact that arts and culture has on Greater Boston. The majority of The Arts Factor 2014 Report analyzed data from 356 nonprofit arts and cultural organizations in seven counties that participate in the Massachusetts Cultural Data Project.
January 30, 2014
ArtServe Michigan released its third installment of the Creative State Michigan report. The report affirms the creative economy as a significant financial contributor and strategic opportunity for Michigan’s economic development.