Monthly Archives: September 2011

Several weeks ago in Columbus, Ohio, a group of leaders in the jazz field gathered together to consider the results of WolfBrown’s new study of jazz audiences commissioned by Jazz Arts Group. The Columbus Foundation supported the convening, and the … Continue reading

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As a program evaluator, I am often asked to tell people what things “really mean.” This is invariably a cause for concern. I can, given reliable measures and conditions conducive to careful data collection, say with confidence that the scores … Continue reading

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Researchers have long known that cultural activities have beneficial effects on human health and well-being (see Lea and Tom Wolf’s recent “Music and Health Care“), but the exact nature of the link is still largely unknown. The most recent release … Continue reading

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