A US study find that foundation contributions decrease as organizations’ audiences and web viewerships grow.
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?
DC Research Ltd studies the effects of charging or not charging for admission at UK museums – and of changing a museum’s policy toward charging – on attendance, visitor diversity, funding, visitor experience, and institutional relationships.
What are the relationships between cultural engagement, sports participation, and social wellbeing? A recent study sheds light.
The UNESCO report provides a global overview of the role played by culture in developing thriving cities.
This study’s longitudinal design shows how incremental arts benefits add up over time in the lives of Irish children.
A pan-European report seeks to trace the relationship between culture and cities.
This report epitomizes both the value and the limitations of the USDAC’s participatory approach to policy development.
“An Act of Collective Imagination” offers an example of a novel method by which to crowdscource areas of policy concern and policy ideas.
The HULA research team proposes a theoretical and methodological framework for understanding and assessing the contributions of the humanities to human development.