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Key findings from the 2012 General Population Survey have highlighted an increase in adult engagement with the arts in Northern Ireland.
In the nearly three decades during which the National Endowment for the Arts has surveyed Americans about their participation in the arts typically defined as attending events such as jazz or classical concerts, operas, plays, or ballets, or visiting art museums or galleries participation has shown double-digit rates of decline, with only 35.6 percent of adults having attended an arts event in 2008.
Engagement with dance, music, and theatre/drama activities has fallen among young children in the UK.
The consortium of arts organisations behind Family Friendly Arts, one of Arts Council England's three Audience focus commissions has launched an online survey aimed at families and arts organisations.
New Zealanders spent $2.31 billion on arts, culture and heritage in the past 12 months, according to Creative New Zealands Audience Atlas New Zealand Report 2011, launched today.
In the context of the preparations for the future Creative Europe Programme, which is due to replace the European Commissions current Culture Programme (2007-2013) in the next EU financial period (2014-20), the European Expert Network on Culture (EENC) was asked to prepare a report exploring the role of audience building.