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The Alchemy of High-Performing Arts Organizations Findings from the new SMU DataArts Report suggest that success for high-performing arts organizations lies in the alchemy between programmatic excellence and community relevance. Read the Report
Data at Work

Choreographing the Future: How Dance Companies are Turning Crisis into Opportunity

Data at Work

Three Arts Leaders Discuss How Cornerstones for Success Changed in a COVID-19 World

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Data at Work

Who is Booking Now? Changes in Ticket Buyer Demographics Post COVID-19

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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
Sep29

Building Blocks for Financial Health: The Basics of Financial Management for Small Organizations Learn More

Oct06

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

Oct07

Presentation at the International Downtown Association Annual Conference and Marketplace Learn More

Oct13

SMU DataArts at the International Economic Development Council Conference - Online Learn More

Oct15

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

Nov03

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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