Artists, Art Attendance, & Impacts in Alberta – March 25, 2015

Based on findings from the Statistical Insights on the Arts series and other sources, Kelly Hill will present Alberta-specific information on the situation of artists, arts attendance, as well as the contributions of the arts to economic, social, and community-level well-being.

March 25, 2015

7:00 – 8:30 pm: Presentation and Q&A

8:30 – 9:30 pm: Networking Reception

Sawridge Inn & Conference Centre

Timberline A/D

530 MacKenzie Blvd, Fort McMurray, AB

Registration is FREE

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Presenter: Kelly Hill

Kelly Hill is President of Hill Strategies Research, a Canadian company that specializes in applying social science research methods to the arts sector. The author of nearly 300 reports and presentations on the arts and culture in Canada, Kelly has examined the situation of artists, arts funding and finances, cultural participation and spending, cultural donors and volunteers, arts education, creative communities, and the benefits of culture. Hill Strategies’ ongoing projects, created by Kelly Hill upon founding the company in 2002, include the Statistical Insights on the Arts series and the Arts Research Monitor. In addition, Hill Strategies Research also conducts commissioned research projects, such as a recent study of local cultural investments. Much of Hill Strategies’ work is available for free at

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