Mark Morris Dance Group, Brooklyn, NY. Photo by Stephanie Berger. Mark Morris Dance Group, Brooklyn, NY. Photo by Stephanie Berger.
DataArts integrates a growing number of surveys from leading service organizations into one seamless platform. This innovation saves time and effort for arts and cultural organizations, and gives everyone access to more inclusive, reliable, and standardized data.
More collaboration means more efficient use of time and financial resources. A growing number of national service organization members are reaping the benefits of our state-of-the-art technology and integrated survey capability.
Organizations provide common data points once annually and DataArts shares them with participating grantmakers and survey partners, saving time and effort.
More organizations are sharing their data through the DataArts platform every day, creating an increasingly more inclusive and representative picture of the sector. Responses to partner survey questions are validated for consistency and reported in standardized formats, resulting in a more accurate picture of the assets and activities of participating nonprofits.
These national service organizations, discipline-specific associations, and research institutions help strengthen and streamline cultural data collection by using the DataArts platform and CDP data to power their work.
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Beachwood, OH. Photo by Beth Segal. Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Beachwood, OH. Photo by Beth Segal.
Americans for the Arts Arts and Economic Prosperity Survey is hosted on the DataArts platform, and is the largest and most comprehensive economic impact study conducted on the arts field.
Art House Convergence’s Theater Operations survey is hosted on the DataArts platform, and provides an in-depth look at art house theater operations ranging from concessions to fundraising across the U.S.
The Chorus Operations Survey (COS) is the most comprehensive source of data available on choruses and the choral field. The information gathered helps choruses make better decisions about programming, budgeting, staffing, and other management practices.
The League's Orchestra Statistical Report Survey is hosted on the DataArts platform, and is the most comprehensive annual survey on U.S. and Canadian professional nonprofit symphony orchestras.
The SMU National Center for Arts Research aggregates and analyzes DataArts and other public and proprietary data sources to investigate important issues related to arts management and share actionable, evidence-based insights into the health of arts and cultural organizations in America.
The Guild's biennial survey is hosted on the DataArts platform, and reports on the financial health and programmatic impact of nonprofit arts education organizations.
OPERA America's Professional Opera Survey is hosted on the DataArts platform, and is the most comprehensive annual survey on U.S. and Canadian professional nonprofit opera companies.