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Time and Money: Using Federal Data to Measure the Value of Performing Arts Activities Graphics

Time and Money: Using Federal Data to Measure the Value of Performing Arts Activities Graphics

The Time and Money research note looks at different ways to assign value to the arts industry, by looking at the financial data from arts organizations, consumer spending on the arts, and time use. Here are some infographics that visualize some of the report’s findings.

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From Time and Money: Using Federal Data to Measure the Value of Performing Arts Activities (Research Note #102), courtesy of the National Endowment for the Arts

#1 -Number of U.S. performing arts organizations as compared to other industries

 

 

#2 - Number of paid workers in the U.S. performing arts industry as compared to other industries

 

 

#3 – Total revenue of performing arts organizations as compared to other industries

 

 

#4 – U.S. consumer spending on admissions to performing arts events, sporting events, and other events

 

 

#5 - Number of Americans doing selected cultural activities on an average day