Attendance at arts and culture events hit a record 13.6 million in 2018, the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) noted on Thursday (Jan 16).
This report provides detailed statistics on adults’ patterns of arts participation, based on the 2017 Survey of Public Participation in the Arts. It compares rates of arts attendance, art-making, arts consumption via media, and literary reading among various demographic subgroups.
This IETM Rijeka session explored the intersection between art and activism, focusing on increasing the political effectiveness of artistic action. This report sums up the various examples of activist works put forward by the speakers as well as the lively discussion that followed among members of the audience.
To celebrate #IDPWD we take a look at what’s happening to support meaningful participation, and choice for people with disability across the arts sector.
Interested to expand or deepen the engagement with your audience? Looking to adapt your way of working and investigate the potential your organisation has?
The World Health Organization published its first research report on the links between art, health and wellbeing on November 11, 2019 in Helsinki.