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Most of us live in a city large even by global standards. Relative to the rest of the world we are rich, and we live a long time. And - here's the surprise - almost all of us participate in the arts, and half of us make art.
Critical Mass: Theatre Spectatorship and Value Attribution is a research project looking at how theatre audiences value the experience of attending performances.
The annual plan speaks of many things that the body aims to do in the coming year: a new desire to investigate what it can do for Scots language and culture, a film strategy - although no new money, apart from what can be perhaps levered out of Europe - to be published this month, and several funding measures.
Australia Council survey shows higher participation in all forms of artistic endeavour but less support for taxpayers' contribution
The data battle is going to be re-engaged this summer with the arts councils new pay round, with figures being used and manipulated by all sides in the culture milieu to make different points and claims for the value of what they do. But for those who really want take it seriously theres a new tool, and it comes from what should be an impeccable source: Kings College, London.
De Botton, who is opening an exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario next month, said he's baffled by the resistance to the idea that the visual arts are supposed to have a "mission" to give a "broadly enhancing effect on your life."