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The National Center for Arts Research and DataArts Merge SMU announces the merger of its National Center for Arts Research (NCAR), a leading provider of evidence-based insights on the nonprofit arts and cultural industry, with DataArts. LEARN MORE
Data at Work

SMU DataArts Will Become National Hub for Data Resources, Analysis and Education for Nonprofit Arts and Culture Sector

Data at Work

Creative State Michigan 2018 Details the Economic Impact of the Arts

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Data at Work

Digital Impact Highlights DataArts' Online Curriculum

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Data for Financial Resilience

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Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation uses DataArts data to assess the financial health of the...

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Upcoming Events & Training
Sep25

SMU DataArts: What This Merger Means - Webinar Learn More

Oct02

Orientation to the DataArts Platform - Webinar - Learn More

Oct18

Getting Started with Analytic Reports - Webinar - Learn More

Nov06

Orientation to the DataArts Platform - Webinar - 2018 Learn More

Nov15

Getting Started with Analytic Reports - Webinar - 2018 Learn More

Dec04

Orientation to the DataArts Platform - Webinar - 2018 Learn More

Our Partners Are Movers, Shakers, and Culture-Makers

DataArts brings together thousands of partners and participants united in one common cause: to advance the impact and influence of the arts, culture, and humanities through the power of high-quality data.

Join us! Contact businessdevelopment@culturaldata.org for more information on supporting and participating in our national data set. 

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Photo Credits: Ananya Dance Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, photo by Jim Smith.  Philadelphia Young Playwrights, Philadelphia, PA, photo by Yuan Liu.  Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA, photo by Ryan Gobuty/Gensler.  Portland Opera, Big Night Concert (2017), photo by Cory Weaver.  Battery Dance, New York, NY,  photo by Darial Sneed.

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