Arizona Cultural Data Project
Impact: Arts and Culture in Arizona
“Impact: Arts and Culture in Arizona” was developed by the Arizona Cultural Data Project Task Force to provide a greater understanding of the breadth and impact of Arizona’s arts and culture sector.
At the time the brochure was initiated in late 2012, 219 nonprofit arts and culture organizations had contributed audited financial data to the Arizona Cultural Data Project (AZ CDP), representing less than half of active organizations in Arizona’s arts and culture sector. As more organizations engage in the statewide project, the sector’s comprehensive impact will come more clearly into focus.
The Arizona Cultural Data Project launched in 2011. Members of the AZ CDP Task Force include the Arizona Commission on the Arts, the Arizona Community Foundation, the City of Mesa Arts and Culture Department, the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, Flagstaff Cultural Partners, the Flinn Foundation, the Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University, Myron Rottenstein, Tucson Pima Arts Council, and the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.
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Cord Moorhead of Moorhead Creative and Diana Hickman of Hickman Communications served as the design and development team for “Impact: Arts and Culture in Arizona.” To request copies of the brochure, contact the Arts Commission at 602-771-6502.
Click here to download a copy of the “Impact: Arts and Culture in Arizona” PowerPoint presentation.
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Arizona Cultural Data Project: Overview
The Arizona Cultural Data Project is a powerful online management tool designed to strengthen arts and cultural organizations. This groundbreaking project gathers reliable, longitudinal data on the arts and culture sector. The Arizona Commission on the Arts, along with a number of other participating funders in the state of Arizona, makes use of the Arizona Cultural Data Project as part of the grant application process.
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