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The Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA. Photo by Eric Antoniou. The Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA. Photo by Eric Antoniou.

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Support DataArts

Help DataArts empower the nonprofit arts and cultural sector with high-quality data and vital resources. Contact grants@culturaldata.org to reach our resource development team to find out how you can help us meet critical needs, increase our capacity to serve, or underwrite specific initiatives. 

Your support allows us to:

  • Maintain and enhance the DataArts technology platform
  • Deliver educational resources to cultural nonprofit leaders free of charge
  • Create an equitable, inclusive, and representative national dataset by subsidizing participation for organizations and grantmakers of limited means
  • Contribute to deeper public understanding of the value of arts, culture, and humanities through data analysis and reporting

Zoo New England, Franklin Park Zoo, Boston, MA. Photo by Brooke Wardrop. Zoo New England, Franklin Park Zoo, Boston, MA. Photo by Brooke Wardrop.

Want to volunteer for DataArts?

We’d love to hear from you! We welcome inquiries from data scientists, researchers, philanthropists, communications professionals, and many others with diverse backgrounds in the corporate and nonprofit sectors. 

Contact us at info@culturaldata.org

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