Americans for the Arts’ Creative Industries reports are now available online. Pulling data from Dun & Bradstreet, the Creative Industries: Business & Employment in the Arts reports offer a research-based approach to understanding the scope and importance of the arts to the nation’s economy. Creative Industries is the first national study that encompasses both the nonprofit and for-profit arts industries. Due to licensing agreements, you will be asked to log in and agree to the user term agreements before viewing the reports.
All posts for the month May, 2014
Posted by ctartsalliance on May 9, 2014
State Budget Update May 2014
Late last week, the legislature and the Governor agreed on a final budget for FY15. The Committee makes no changes to the Arts Commission (arts grants) allocation of $ 1,797,830. A new $525,000 line item is for a consortium of seven art museums (Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Bruce Museum, Florence Griswold Museum, Hill-Stead Museum, Lyman Allyn Art Museum, Mattatuck Museum, and New Britain Museum of American Art). Litchfield Jazz Festival also received a new line item allocation of $50,000. The complete budget can be found here, with the Department of Economic and Community Development budget begining on page 11.
Posted by ctartsalliance on May 8, 2014