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Our long journey of investigation into how audiences are affected by arts programs crossed another milestone recently with the release of a two-year study of audiences at choral music concerts, commissioned by Chorus America. While we’ve previously delved deeply into … Continue reading

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Most of my work focuses on measuring the immediate impacts of the arts using survey-based audience research. To date, over just a few years, we’ve visualized nearly half a million surveys through the Intrinsic Impact dashboard, processing audience data and … Continue reading

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At the end of July, my colleague Sean Fenton and I went to Santa Cruz to participate in the┬áSanta Cruz Museum of Art & History‘s MuseumCamp 2014. The camp took place over three and a half days, attracting over one … Continue reading

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For the last two months, I’ve been immersed in a sea of literature concerned with the value and impacts that are created through experiences of arts and culture. This is the subject of a literature review I’ve been working on … Continue reading

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