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  • 1. Project UpdatesLocal Arts Index & Economic Impact Study Research: early results 2011
  • 2. Arts & Economic Prosperity III Arts & Cultural Organizations produce $279 million in economic impact for KC metro region. - 2004 Arts & Economic Prosperity Study Nonprofit arts organizations spent a total of $193.7 million in 2004. • Paying employees • Purchasing supplies • Contract for services The 4.4 million attendees spent a total of $85.6 million - just under $20 per person, per event NOT including the cost of admission or souvenirs and gifts. • Transportation • Lodging • Meals/Refreshments
  • 3. Signs of significant growth predicted• Arts and Culture Non-profit Organizations: Over 253 (in 2004 we surveyed 165)• Individual artists: Over 6,000 in 2000 Census• The Arts Council has been tracking 17 arts groups for the last five years. Their aggregate budgets increased by 11.7% in 2007, 5% in 2008, dropped 3.3% in 2009, then increased 0.7% in 2010, for a total increase of 14.2% from 2006 through 2010. During the same five year period, the KC regional economy grew by an estimated 4.2% while the overall US economy grew by 0.2%. (all figures adjusted for inflation)
  • 4. Arts & Culture Non-profits Platte Jackson: 143 ClayWyandotte Johnson: 70 Wyandotte: 8 Johnson Jackson Platte: 10 Clay: 22
  • 5. Kansas City Metropolitan Area
  • 6. Kansas City Metropolitan Area
  • 7. Kansas City, KS and Johnson County Arts & Culture Non-profits: 78
  • 8. Kansas City, MOArts & Culture Non-profits
  • 9. The Local Arts Index1. Performing Art Venues 9. Coverage of Local Arts and2. Local Cultural Resources Culture in Print Media3. Local Literary Scene 10. Reputation and Artistic Reach4. Arts Festivals 11. Tourism Draw of Local Arts5. Provision of Arts Education and Culture6. Performance and 12. Nightlife and the Arts Presentation Opportunities for Young Artists 13. Tourism Marketing of the Arts7. Public Art 14. Ethnic Groups in the8. Artist Exhibition Spaces Cultural Life of the Community
  • 10. LAI: The Kansas City Metropolitan• Artist Exhibition Spaces: Over 130 • Performing Art Venues: 61 – Seating Capacity: 103,775• Writer’s Talks/Poetry Readings: 49 • Local Resources: 359 – Private Art Galleries: 88• Nightlife Music Venues & – Private Dance Studios: 80 Comedy Clubs: 73 – Private Music Schools: 34 – Recording Studios: 29 – Book Stores: 26• The Kansas City Star featured articles: 1,086 – Word Count: 1,068,605 – Average of 8.28 articles a day
  • 11. LAI: KC Metro, Locally owned arts-related businesses 23 28 Jackson37 Johnson 160 Wyandotte Platte 111 Clay
  • 12. LAI: KC Metro, Locally owned arts-related businesses Privately Owned Dance Studios For Profit Museums/Collections 80 88 Dinner Theatres Movie Houses Art Houses 6 Other 3 Art Supply Stores 14 Book Stores34 2 CD/Record Stores 19 Recording Studios 20 Musical Instrument/Supplies 24 Privately Owned Music Schools 29 26 14 Private Art/Craft Galleries
  • 13. Jackson County: Locally owned arts-related businesses Privately Owned Dance Studios For Profit Museums/Collections 34 Dinner Theatres Movie Houses51 Art Houses 4 Other Art Supply Stores 8 Book Stores 1 CD/Record Stores 107 Recording Studios 5 10 Musical Instrument/Supplies 11 6 13 Privately Owned Music Schools Private Art/Craft Galleries
  • 14. Johnson County: Locally owned arts-related businesses Privately Owned Dance Studios For Profit Museums/Collections 22 Dinner Theatres 30 Movie Houses Art Houses Other Art Supply Stores 1 Book Stores22 3 1 CD/Record Stores 1 Recording Studios 2 7 Musical Instrument/Supplies 10 3 9 Privately Owned Music Schools Private Art/Craft Galleries
  • 15. Wyandotte County: Locally owned arts-related businesses Privately Owned Dance Studios 2 For Profit Museums/Collections 2 5 Dinner Theatres 3 1 Movie Houses 1 Art Houses Other 4 Art Supply Stores7 Book Stores CD/Record Stores 4 Recording Studios Musical Instrument/Supplies 4 4 Privately Owned Music Schools Private Art/Craft Galleries
  • 16. Platte County: Locally owned arts-related businesses Privately Owned Dance Studios For Profit Museums/Collections 5 Dinner Theatres Movie Houses10 Art Houses 1 Other 1 Art Supply Stores Book Stores 3 CD/Record Stores Recording Studios 1 Musical Instrument/Supplies 2 5 Privately Owned Music Schools Private Art/Craft Galleries
  • 17. Clay County: Locally owned arts-related businesses Privately Owned Dance Studios For Profit Museums/Collections 3 Dinner Theatres 6 Movie Houses 2 Art Houses Other Art Supply Stores2 1 Book Stores CD/Record Stores 1 2 Recording Studios 2 Musical Instrument/Supplies 1 Privately Owned Music Schools 3 Private Art/Craft Galleries
  • 18. Analysis and Results due in 2012• Local Arts Index national study with comparative measures expected for release in early 2012• Arts & Economic Prosperity IV to be released June 2012, for the Americans for the Arts annual conference• We can begin to strategize now for planning how to use these results