Arts Data in the Public Sector
Bloomberg Associates’ Cultural Assets Management team produced Arts Data in the Public Sector to highlight the data practices of fifteen local arts agencies across the U.S. This data captures a meaningful cross-section of constituencies, resources, and strategies. Through best practices and case studies, the Guide offers useful insights and practical resources that can assist and inspire local government arts funders and advocates as they work to establish more equitable and inclusive practices and to affirm the importance of arts and culture as a public service well into the future.
Activate Your Arts Data
“Activate Your Arts Data,” was a virtual conversation held in January 2022 about the new Bloomberg Associates guide, Arts Data in the Public Sector: Strategies for Local Arts Agencies. View the webinar recording below as well as some additional relevant links:
Guide Download: Download a PDF of the guide for free here.
Request a Print Copy: Provide your mailing address here to request a free print copy of the guide.
Podcast: Listen to this episode of the GovLove podcast, which discusses the guide and features Commissioner Erin Harkey of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
Feel free to share the above links with colleagues who were not able to attend. Should you have any questions or suggestions feel free to reach out to David Anderson at Bloomberg Associates firstname.lastname@example.org