PHILADELPHIA - DataArts, the respected national resource for in-depth financial and programmatic data for and about U.S. cultural nonprofits, today announced new, no-cost services for arts advocates, including customizable advocacy reports, fully-designed state reports, and online educational resources. With fiscal year 2018 funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities and Institute of Museum and Library Sciences under threat, DataArts affirmed its commitment to arts and culture by putting a decade's worth of data about the sector’s contributions in service to advocacy efforts across the nation. The resources are available at culturaldata.org/advocacy.
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Cultural nonprofits have made a successful first dive into our new data management system and CDP. Now users have access to even more features and enhancements including annual, and trend and benchmark reports, historical data, and on-demand print-friendly capabilities.
Since becoming independent from The Pew Charitable Trusts in 2013, DataArts has secured $4.85 million in leadership gifts to support the development of new technology, educational resources, and expanded operations. We are deeply grateful to the following transformation funders whose support will allow DataArts to continue to develop and enhance its platform and services over the next few years.