Category Archives: Arts and Economic Impact

August 19

New Study: Art As An Economic Engine in Native Communities

A new study, Establishing a Creative Economy: Art as an Economic Engine in Native Communities, was unveiled in Santa Fe on Friday that supports the theory that the arts can play a “key role in raising the economic standards of entire communities and serve as a monetary lever to pull people out of poverty.” The […]

OK Mozart Oklahoma July 28

U.S. Bureau of Economics Analysis Re-calculating Entertainment, Literary and Other Artistic Originals for GDP

On Wednesday, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis will release an enormous re-evaluation of the U.S. economy’s composition and size from 1929 to the present. The report could have significant implications for the arts as explained in a New York Times opinion editorial, Getting Creative With the G.D.P. This is a really complex subject matter, […]