Publications

Publications

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Year: 
1981
Detailed survey of 1,218 craft artist organizations in all parts of the United States with data on size, location, media preferences, membership screening facilities, staffing, expenses, and funding.
Year: 
1981
Marketing strategies applied to the problem of turning marginal arts attenders into regular patrons show pitfalls in some traditional promotional techniques and underscore the importance of life-style analysis in relation to arts attendance. Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Memphis, and Columbia (South Carolina) are studied.
Year: 
1980
Census data compared with the 1976 Survey of Income and Education to reveal the changes in the size and composition of America's artist population during the 1970s.
Year: 
1979
Census data analyzed to describe the sex and minority makeup of our artist population.
Year: 
1978
Evaluates the methods and relative effectiveness of 270 completed audience studies and considers the implications of their collective findings.
Year: 
1978
Self-employment patterns, migration patterns, and household and family characteristics of artists as revealed in census data.
Year: 
1978
Summarizes the status and activities of state arts agencies in the first year in which all fifty states, the District of Columbia, and four U.S. territories had fully operational arts councils.
Year: 
1977
A general method for estimating the effects of arts and cultural institutions on the economic environment of their communities.
Year: 
1977
Tables, maps, and text summarize census data that show national distribution of the American artist population.
Year: 
1977
Data from the personnel files of Actors' Equity Association interpreted by researchers help explain theater employment data systems and the complex conditions governing economic survival of actors.

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