Monthly Archives: April 2009

Taking Part is an ongoing longitudinal survey of cultural participation in England, commissioned by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the Arts Council England. Every year it asks residents across the country (age 16+) about their attendance at … Continue reading

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Preschoolers and contemporary (recently-composed) classical music – not two things one would typically put together. But a recent issue of the journal Behavior and Brain Sciences published the findings of an exploratory study I conducted with Professor Carroll Izard at … Continue reading

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Dance has been on my mind a lot lately as important findings about dance seem to pop out of our research efforts on a regular basis. A study of Dallas public school children commissioned by Big Thought found broad interest … Continue reading

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A recent issue of our newsletter, Sounding Board, focused on the topic of mergers and strategic alliances in the cultural nonprofit sector, and generated more than the usual amount of feedback from clients and industry leaders. While some readers thanked … Continue reading

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