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The Top 40 Arts-Vibrant Communities in the U.S. This year, ten percent of communities listed are entirely new to the lists, while another ten percent return after an absence of one year or more. Read the Report
Data at Work

Webinar Series: What You Need to Know About the New CDP

Data at Work

Impact Investing and the Creative Economy

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Data at Work

COVID-19 and the Performing Arts – Six Months After Closure

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Data for Financial Resilience

Case Study

Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation uses DataArts data to assess the financial health of the...

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Upcoming Events & Training
Nov03

Getting Started with The Cultural Data Profile - Webinar - Learn More

Nov05

SMU DataArts Presentation for " Reimagining the Future of the Arts" Webinar Series Learn More

Nov11

Panel Presentation at the Women in Classical Music Symposium - Online and In-person Learn More

Nov19

Data at Work: Introduction to DataArts Analytic Tools - Webinar - Learn More

Nov23

Panel Presentation at Grantmakers in the Arts Conference - Power, Practice, Resilience | Remix’d Learn More

Dec01

Getting Started with The Cultural Data Profile - Webinar - Learn More

Our Partners Are Movers, Shakers, and Culture-Makers

SMU DataArts brings together thousands of partners and participants united in one common cause: to advance the impact and influence of the arts, culture, and humanities through the power of high-quality data.

Join us! Contact businessdevelopment@culturaldata.org for more information on supporting and participating in our national data set. 

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Photo Credits: Ananya Dance Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, photo by Jim Smith.  Philadelphia Young Playwrights, Philadelphia, PA, photo by Yuan Liu.  Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA, photo by Ryan Gobuty/Gensler.  Portland Opera, Big Night Concert (2017), photo by Cory Weaver.  Battery Dance, New York, NY,  photo by Darial Sneed.

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