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In summer 2014, Createquity overhauled its editorial structure, priorities, and online presence to place a new emphasis on investigating the most important issues in the arts and what we can do about them. So far, we’ve published findings related to two editorial content themes, disparities of access to the benefits of the arts and the capacity to make change within the sector, resulting in research-backed features like Why Don’t They Come?, Part of Your World: On the Arts and Wellbeing, and Are the Arts the Answer to Our TV Obsession?. As we shape our research pipeline for the coming year and beyond, we’re interested in what you think are the most important issues in the arts. What would you be excited to see us explore next? Your input will help us accurately gauge interest in various topics as we decide which to prioritize.

We’re also interested in hearing your thoughts about some of the changes we’ve made to Createquity since our last reader poll in 2013, with a particular focus on our editorial content and online presence. We want to know what’s useful to you, what’s not, and where you want to see us go next. Help us so we can better help you.

Here’s the poll. Thanks in advance for sharing your thoughts, and thank you for being a part of the Createquity community.