That’s the Ticket: Minnesota Arts Groups Get Creative to Sell Shows

“About 90 percent of people surveyed in 2014 said they didn’t hold a subscription to a performing arts organization — a drop of about 13 percentage points from just three years before, according to Culture Track, a study by arts advertising firm LaPlaca Cohen.”

StarTribune (Oct. 16, 2016)


A Park as an Extension of the Museum Itself

“The finding underscores a growing sense that meaningful cultural encounters have less to do with engaging in a specific activity, like seeing a great painting or hearing a symphony, than in stoking transcendent ideas and emotions.”

New York Times (March 15, 2016)


MFA Study Finds Bostonians Love Cultural Events

“’This study, commissioned by the MFA, gets inside Boston’s unique cultural mindset, which is deeply informed, engaged, and unique,’ MFA director Malcolm Rogers said in the statement.”

Boston Globe (Sept. 27, 2014)


New Survey Tracks Cultural Consumption By Americans

“A new survey released this week on cultural engagement by Americans age 18 and up was a mixed bag, with increases in visitation and a broader definition of what culture is, contrasted with declines in the individual rate of attendance, museum memberships and subscriptions to performing arts organizations.”

Forbes (April 30, 2014)