A Danish study probes the connection between formal education and artistic longevity.
Come Feast on Some Knowledge With Us
Meet our editorial team in Boston next month for a morning of learning and conversation about the arts ecosystem.
Capsule Review: Critical Thinking
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?
Agnes Gund Sells Art for Justice (and other June stories)
Proceeds from Lichtenstein’s “Masterpiece” will be used to promote criminal justice reform.
Looking Down Under for Cross-Cultural Arts Marketing Insights
An Australian report explores the complex challenges of wooing audiences for First Nations performing arts.
Welcome to New Createquity Team Members
Nine new advisors, managers, and associates fill out our growing operation.
Capsule Review: Taking Charge at Museums
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.
Cultural Appropriation Controversies Boil Over (and other May stories)
Two of Canada’s top literary magazine editors are out of a job after a call for a “Cultural Appropriation Prize.”
The Createquity Arts Research Prize is Coming Soon
Inside our process for determining the best arts research of 2016.
Capsule Review: The Impacts of Culture & Sport
What are the relationships between cultural engagement, sports participation, and social wellbeing? A recent study sheds light.
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