Museums, galleries and performing arts

Volume: 6 Issue: 4

Legacy ID (armUID): 
1096
This month: an examination of recently-released statistics from Statistics Canada and Business for the Arts related to heritage organizations, art galleries and performing arts organizations. In addition to a summary of the Statistics Canada reports, new data analysis by Hill Strategies Research is included in this issue of the Arts Research Monitor.
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Articles

  • Catalogue no. 87F0002XIE
    Statistics Canada's 2005 heritage institutions survey provides broad statistics about non-profit andfor-profit heritage organizations, including art galleries, museums, historic sites, zoos and botanical gardens.
  • The most recent survey results from Business for the Arts (formerly The Council for Business and the Arts in Canada) provide insights into the health of non-profit museums and art galleries in 2005-06. In addition, a series of fact sheets examines longer-term trends.

  • Catalogue no. 87F0003XIE

    Statistics Canada's 2005 performing arts survey provides broad statistics about non-profit andfor-profit theatre, musical theatre, dinner theatre, opera, dance, musical groups (e.g., orchestras, chamber music and popular music groups) and others (e.g., circus, magic shows, ice skating shows).

  • This survey from the Council for Business and the Arts in Canada highlights the situation of non-profit performing arts companies in 2005-06 and trends between 1996-97 and 2005-06.