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1987
An update of information on the arts in the GNP that takes into account the introduction of a new input/output model of the U.S. economy. New estimates are provided for 1985 and the estimates for 1982 - 84 are updated utilizing the new model as well as more up-to-date data.
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1987
Results of surveys of careers and opinions of senior administrators of U.S. art museums, symphony orchestras, resident theaters, and local arts agencies conducted and analyzed by Paul DiMaggio, Yale University.
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1987
Using data from the 1982 Census of Service Industries, this Note reviews aggregate financial conditions of nonprofit theater, dance, and classical music organizations. Revenue/expense ratios, detailed sources of revenues, and other information are presented for the three broad groups and for the following selected fields: resident theaters (LORT), stock theaters, Off-Broadway theaters, Off-Off-Broadway theaters, children's theaters, community theaters, ballet companies,...
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1987
This Note is the third and final in the presentation of information from the 1982 Census of Service Industries about the location of performing arts organizations. It presents information on seventeen selected fields of performing arts. These fields are: (1) resident theaters (LORT contracts), (2) stock theaters, (3) Broadway productions and road shows, (4) Off-Broadway productions, (5) Off-Off-Broadway productions, (6)...
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1987
This Note is the second part of the presentation of information from the 1982 Census of Service Industries about the location of performing arts organizations. It subdivides performing arts organizations into four groups in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors: (1) producers of theatrical productions, (2) dance groups, (3) classical music organizations, and (4) all other performing arts organizations; and...
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1987
This Note is the first of a three part presentation of information from the 1982 Census of Service Industries about the location of performing arts organizations (excluding motion picture companies) in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. It examines the 8,322 performing arts organizations in terms of nonprofit (tax-exempt) and forprofit (taxable) organizations, their revenues/receipts, and their state locations.
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1987
Analyzes the data gathered in the 1980 U.S. Census and compares them with the figures for 1970 to reveal growth and movement in the artist population.
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1987
Information from the 1982 Census of Service Industries provides an overview of independent performing arts organizations, both the for-profit (taxable) and nonprofit (tax-exempt). Categories included are: producers of live theatrical productions; dance groups; classical music organizations; and a remainder category for all other live performing arts organizations. Data is presented for numbers and receipts of these organizations for 1977 as...
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1987
Information from the 1982 Economic Census is analyzed in terms of numbers of retail art dealers in the 50 states and the District of Columbia and in the 19 largest metropolitan areas. The information presented includes numbers of retail art dealers in each political subdivision and their sales in terms of art, artist materials and supplies, and other merchandise. P
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1986
This Note examines data collected in the 982 Survey of Public Participation in the Arts in terms of such barriers to greater arts attendance as 'art form not available' and 'too far to go'. The Note relates these barriers to two different schema for describing urbanicity: urban/rural place, and metropolitan/ outside metropolitan areas. 40.6 million adults were projected to have...
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