Coa12 final report-aug2012

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This presentation accompanied the Executive Director's report at the Annual Meeting of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Delivered by Nicholas Paleologos on July 31, 2012 at the War Memorial Auditorium in Trenton, the report summarized NJ state arts funding for FY12 and its economic impact on the state's private sector economy.

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  • Coa12 final report-aug2012

    1. 1. THE BIG PICTURE
    2. 2. Public Arts Funding in New Jersey since 1985 $20 $15 $10 $5 85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 01 03 05 07 09 11 13 STATE (in $ millions) NEA (in $ millions)
    3. 3. HOW DOES NEW JERSEY STACK UPAGAINST THE RESTOF THE COUNTRY?
    4. 4. FY12: New Jersey ranked 3rd in US for state support of the arts (in $mil). $40 $27 $13 $0 NY MN NJ MD MASOURCE: National Association of State Arts Agencies
    5. 5. WHO PAYS FOR THEARTS IN NEW JERSEY?
    6. 6. TOURISTS Approx 22 cents of every hotel-motel occupancy fee dollar that tourists leave behind in NJ supports local artists and arts organizations for a year.*Source: NJ State Office of Management & Budget
    7. 7. How much is that,as a percentage of the state budget?
    8. 8. STATE BUDGETARTS FUNDING LESS THAN ONE HALF OF ONE PERCENT
    9. 9. WHAT DOES STATEARTS FUNDING DOFOR NEW JERSEY’S PRIVATE SECTOR ECONOMY?
    10. 10. Arts Org Spending (in $ millions) State Funds (in $millions) $215 $225 In FY12, state support for the $150 arts leveragednearly a quarter ofa billion dollars ofdirect spending in $75 New Jersey’s private sector $16 $0 economy.
    11. 11. And that’s just the organizations themselves... Lodging A national study released in June found that the typical Souvenirs Meals arts attendee spends $25 per Transp person/per event beyond Child Care the price of a Other single ticket.New Jersey had approx 10 million arts patrons in FY12.
    12. 12. Direct Spending by Arts Orgs & Patrons (in $ millions)State Funds (in $millions) When you include patron spending, the non-profit arts organizations represented nearly half a billion dollars of direct impact on New Jersey’sprivate sector economy.
    13. 13. Direct Spending by Arts Orgs & Patrons (in $ millions) $465State Funds (in $millions) $450 When you include patron spending, the $300 non-profit arts organizations represented nearly half a billion dollars $150 of direct impact on New Jersey’sprivate sector economy. $0 $16 FY12
    14. 14. For every three and a half cents that New Jersey transfers from tourist fees to local arts grants,the grantee organizations & their patrons spend a dollar in New Jersey’s private economy.
    15. 15. ARTS MEAN BUSINESS ! =Hotel Fees Direct Economic Impact in New Jerseyawarded to Arts Orgs
    16. 16. ARTS MEAN BUSINESS ! =Hotel Fees Direct Economic Impact in New Jerseyawarded to Arts Orgs
    17. 17. ARTS MEAN BUSINESS ! =Hotel Fees Direct Economic Impact in New Jerseyawarded to Arts Orgs
    18. 18. ARTS MEAN BUSINESS ! =Hotel Fees Direct Economic Impact in New Jerseyawarded to Arts Orgs
    19. 19. ARTS MEAN BUSINESS ! =Hotel Fees Direct Economic Impact in New Jerseyawarded to Arts Orgs
    20. 20. ARTS MEAN BUSINESS ! =Hotel Fees Direct Economic Impact in New Jerseyawarded to Arts Orgs
    21. 21. And if you add“for-profit” companies (film, television, advertising, design, publishing, etc.)--the arts industry in New Jersey is huge.
    22. 22. As of January 2012, there were25,097 arts-related businesses in New Jersey employing 87,203 people.* *Includes for-profit and non-profit companies.
    23. 23. But let’s concentrate on the half billion dollar tower ofspending by NJ’s non-profit arts sector, which is built upon thesolid foundation of Arts Council funding... ...and look inside that foundation to see how those funds are allocated.
    24. 24. But let’s $465 $450 concentrate on the half billion dollar tower ofspending by NJ’s non-profit arts sector, which is $300 built upon thesolid foundation of Arts Council funding... $150 ...and look inside that foundation to see how those funds $0 are allocated. $16
    25. 25. GRANTS Salaries & Admin In FY12, the Arts Council93% received $17.2 mil in revenue (including NEA funds)--most of which was distributed in grants.
    26. 26. Nearly 3/4 of all Council grants were GeneralOperating or Program Support (GOS/GPS)--followed by Co-sponsored Projects (CSP) and the Local Arts Program (LAP). 73% GOS/GPS 13% Co-sponsored Local Arts Program Everything Else* 12% 3% *AESI, APS, BAP, Folk Arts Apprentices, LASI, PSA, SAI-SNJ
    27. 27. How did the GOS/GPS grants break out byGOS/GPS category?
    28. 28. Other* Presenters The Council 10% 12% awarded 143 Dance 7% GOS/GPS Craft 2% Music grants inOpera 6% 17% FY12 which MT covered a wide range Multi-Disciplines of artistic 16% Visual disciplines. 16% Theater 15% *Arts Basic to Education; Folk; Literature; & Media
    29. 29. Co-sponsored projects represent special Council priorities. Two thirds of these funds supported arts initiativesCSP focused on Economic Development, and Education.
    30. 30. Economic and CommunityDevelopment
    31. 31. After big investment into arts, Rahway finallypoised to see it pay offBy Peggy McGloneMay 06, 2012Finally, the artists are coming to the Rahway Arts District. After a 10-year effort that includes upgradesto the historic Union County Performing Arts Center and the impending opening of a second theater,city and arts leaders believe they are on the verge of transforming the city into a vibrant artistsenclave...Rahway, Long Beach win national grants toimprove arts in their communitiesBy Peggy McGloneJuly 12, 2012The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded grants to arts groups in Rahway and Long BeachTownship to support their use of the arts to transform their communities. The Long BeachIsland Foundation for the Arts has been given $25,000 to create a framework for a cultural districton the barrier island...
    32. 32. Arts projects step closer in Atlantic City - ThePressAtlanticCity 6-25-12Bernardsville art studio helps promote local talent- Centraljersey.com 4-2-12 ‘America’s Got Talent’ moves to Newark Examiner.com 4-10-12Vineland council approves Landis Theater funds -ThePressAtlanticCity 3-13-12 Arts Generate $51 Million in Economic Activity in Princeton - PlanetPrinceton 6-12-12Trenton Art All Night takes the crown for NJ fine arts in2012 - Examiner.com 6-20-12 Public art graces Asbury Park and Long Branch - Asbury Park Press 6-29-12 Lawrenceville Student is New Jersey Poetry Out Loud Champ - Lawrenceville Patch 3-26-12 Dignitaries to attend Edison Youth Art Month celebration - Centraljersey.com 3-7-12 Fellowship Artists in Oceanville - NJ Today 6-28-12
    33. 33. Other private and public agencies are following the Arts Council’s lead by turning to artists asthey seek to transform community eyesores into cultural icons.
    34. 34. Arts inEducation
    35. 35. In May of 2012, the National Governor’s Association releaseda report on the arts as an engine of growth. In the section titled “Delivering a Better-Prepared Workforce,” New Jersey wassingled out for its Arts Education Census--a model partnership between the Arts Council andthe NJ Department of Education.
    36. 36. NGAREPORT MAY 2012
    37. 37. The Local Arts Program is the means by which funds are awarded to all 21 designated county artsLAP organizations for re-granting locally by them.
    38. 38. In addition 18 45 to COA’s 35 217 direct 19 22 40 24 grants... 33 17 16 66 35 29 Our Local Arts 12 10 15 Program partners 12 awarded 515 10 grants which 20 impacted every 25 single county in 12 New Jersey.
    39. 39. For 25 years 9 89the Council 1 has led the 1 98 6 92 19 way by planning ahead. 97 19 0 00 2 08 20
    40. 40. Serving the Artist in Everyone.
    41. 41. New Jersey State Council on the ArtsNew Jersey Annual Meeting 2012 on the State Council Arts Thank You Annual Meeting 2012

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