2 edition of Wisconsin nonprofit arts industry found in the catalog.
Wisconsin nonprofit arts industry
E. Arthur Prieve
by The Academy in Madison, Wis. (1922 University Ave., Madison 53705)
Written in English
|Statement||prepared for the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters by E. Arthur Prieve ... [et al.] ; edited by Carol Toussaint and Jennifer Hirsch.|
|Contributions||Toussaint, Carol., Hirsch, Jennifer., Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters.|
|LC Classifications||NX767.W6 P74 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||87623784|
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This report looks specifically at the nonprofit arts industry as an economic entity that purchases goods and services, pays employees and serves : E. Prieve, D. Dahl, G. Tzougros, K. Nelson. Arts and cultural production jobs represented % of total employment in Wisconsin inand the sector contributed $ billion in added economic value, according to the report.
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Creation and Presentation Grants. Creation and Presentation Program grants provide artistic program and operational support to established nonprofit arts organizations whose primary mission is to create or present ongoing arts programming that makes a significant local, regional, or statewide impact on the cultural life of Wisconsin, and that furthers the Arts Board's community development and.
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This research will produce a report on Wisconsin’s arts and culture industry. The Arts & Economic study found that nonprofit arts and culture are a $ million industry in Wisconsin – one that suppo full-time equivalent jobs, $ million in resident income, and generates $ million in local and state government revenue.
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