Factors in Canadians’ Arts Attendance 2010

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Arts Consultants Canada/Consultants Canadians en Arts (ACCA) 
In Partnership with the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT)
Presents
Kelly Hill, Hill Strategies
“Factors in Canadians’ Arts Attendance 2010”

Professional Development Seminar

Thursday, February 28, 2013
4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. EST

(60 minute presentation, followed by 30 minute Q &A)

Room 304, Metro Hall, 55 John St., Toronto
(Please note there will be no on-line component to this event)
 

“So, what do you want to do this weekend?” This question hints at how important it is for arts presenters, programmers and consultants to have a sophisticated understanding of arts audiences and what motivates them. This session by Kelly Hill of Hill Strategies Research will examine what research can (and can’t) tell us about arts audiences, including information about demographic factors and cultural crossovers, motivations underlying arts attendance, and the concept of arts engagement. A key element of the session will be discussions about participants’ experiences and how the data presented could be useful to them.
 
ACCA Members – $35 | Non-members – $50
 
Register online 
at www.artsconsultants.ca 

For more information, email info@artsconsultants.ca 

Kelly Hill

Kelly Hill is President of Hill Strategies Research, a Canadian company that specializes in applying social science research methods to the arts sector. In his 16 years of arts research experience, Kelly has completed hundreds of quantitative and qualitative projects on the arts and culture, giving him an unparalleled knowledge of the Canadian arts sector and arts-related statistics. Kelly Hill and Hill Strategies Research have become widely respected across Canada and internationally as a leading authority on arts research.
 

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