(Note: this is the third of a series of four issue briefs on topics Createquity has covered in depth over the past several years. To share via email or social media, please use this link.) We believe that a healthy arts ecosystem should provide opportunities for everyone to participate in the arts at their ownRead More
(Note: this is the second of a series of four issue briefs on topics Createquity has covered in depth over the past several years. To share via email or social media, please use this link.) One of Createquity’s primary areas of investigation centers on disparities of access to the benefits of the arts: we believeRead More
The future is here with advancements in video, AI, and augmented reality that could change life as we know it.
Arts degrees don’t seem to have much impact on income from the arts. But do they affect how long people stay in the field?
A Danish study probes the connection between formal education and artistic longevity.
How much of students’ critical thinking is impacted by a museum field trip – and how much stems from the arts-based nature of the experience?
An Arts Council report links cultural activities and reading for pleasure with children’s cognitive growth and wellbeing.
This study’s longitudinal design shows how incremental arts benefits add up over time in the lives of Irish children.
The following notes accompany our feature article Everything We Know About Whether and How the Arts Improves Lives, published on December 19, 2016: Methodology for Rating Evidence We use the following definitions for placement on the graph and for describing benefits in the document. Does the evidence indicate that the benefit exists? Yes: the majorityRead More
The research could still use an upgrade in many areas. But what we know so far should cheer any arts advocate.