Arts Research Monitor articles, category = Provincial and local statistics

Prepared by Decima Research Inc. for the Department of Canadian Heritage
This report shows that over 9.1 million Canadians 15 years of age or older, or 37.6% of Canadians in this age range, attended a live, professional performing arts event in 1998.
In this report, Richard Florida and collaborators apply the analysis from his popular 2002 book The Rise of the Creative Class to Canada, with particular emphasis on Ontario.
Many communities claim to be an "arts capital". What does this term really mean? Using data for 20 US metropolitan areas, this article proposes measures for the quantity, health and quality of a city's not-for-profit arts and culture sector.
Any report that recommends to keep a community "weird" is at least worth a glance. This report on economic development in Austin, Texas – the self-proclaimed "Live Music Capital of the World" –embraces culture as an economic engine.
The body of the report is an examination of local cultural development issues in communities across NYC. The report also updates employment and economic impact figures for New York that were last prepared in 1992.