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Today Arts Council England presents data from year 2 of the Strategic touring programme, which was launched in 2011 to offer people across the country better access to high quality arts and culture.
This year the Museum of London recorded its millionth visitor, following the adoption of a bolder and more publicly-facing strategic approach.
This brief Scottish report highlighted the statistical relationship between cultural attendance, active participation in culture or sports, and health and life satisfaction based on findings from the 2010/11 Scottish Household Survey, which interviewed nearly 10,000 Scottish adults.
Based on a two-year research process, this study attempted to gain a better understanding of how residents engage with the arts at a community level, explore barriers to arts access, and identify ways to strengthen local arts engagement. The studys 17 researchers made 300 connections including interviews, focus groups, and surveys with 191 residents, artists, arts groups and social service organizations in three Toronto neighbourhoods: Malvern, St. James Town, and Weston Mount Dennis. Each of the neighbourhoods has a significant number of children and youth and a relatively high proportion of new immigrants. Because of their socio-economic challenges, these neighbourhoods have been targeted for community development initiatives.
In the last election year Creative New Zealand held a survey that showed 85 per cent of people engaged with the arts either by attending or being actively involved in the previous 12 months.
La encuesta de Hbitos y Prcticas Culturales en Espaa 2010-2011 se centran en el conjunto de la poblacin espaola de 15 aos en adelante