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The rise of participatory arts and its implications for arts groups
Arts participation is being redefined as people increasingly choose to engage with art in new, more active and expressive ways. This compelling trend carries profound implications, and fresh opportunities, for a nonprofit arts sector that has struggled to adapt to demographic and technological changes.
A new study commissioned by The James Irvine Foundation and conducted by WolfBrown draws insights from more than 100 nonprofit arts groups and other experts in the U.S., U.K. and Australia. The report presents a new model for understanding levels of arts engagement as well as case studies of participatory arts in practice. It also addresses many of the concerns that arts organizations may have in supporting participatory arts practices and provides inspiration and ideas for exploring this growing trend.
- WolfBrown, October 21, 2011
Absolutely honored to be mentioned in this report about the new world of engaging community in the arts!