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NASO Data Reports Presentation EN

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February 2016.

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NASO Data Reports Presentation EN

  1. 1. New CADAC Data Access Approach for ASOs (Arts Service Organizations) CADAC (Canadian Arts Data/Données sur les arts au Canada)
  2. 2. CADAC – Mission/Purpose  To collect and make available consistent, credible financial and statistical data on publicly funded arts organizations in Canada.  CADAC creates efficiencies and opportunities for arts funders and arts organizations by:  Providing common financial and statistical forms  Improving accountability and transparency for both funders and applicants by reviewing and validating financial data  Informing assessment processes, research, policy and program development, performance measurement and evaluation.  providing data that helps demonstrate the value and reach of public funding of the arts.
  3. 3. CADAC Participating Agencies  British Columbia: City of Vancouver, British Columbia Arts Council  Alberta: Edmonton Arts Council , Alberta Foundation for the Arts  Saskatchewan: City of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Arts Board  Manitoba: Manitoba Arts Board  Ontario: City of Kingston, City of Greater Sudbury, City of Toronto Cultural Division, Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council  New Brunswick: Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture  Newfoundland and Labrador: Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council  Canada: Canada Council for the Arts
  4. 4. CADAC – History  Operational since 2008  Collaboration between the federal, provincial and municipal arts funders  The database currently contains information on approximately 2000 arts organizations receiving operating funding from arts funders
  5. 5. Why a new Data Access Approach for the ASO ?  In the CADAC 2013 survey, the ASOs requested access to aggregated and disaggregated data (their members’ data)  As per the new CADAC MoU(Memorendum of Understanding) effective April 1st 2015, the core services of CADAC include providing Arts Service Organizations an access to its data  Since the ASOs had some concerns about the workload impact on their staff of learning CADAC’s report functions, the CADAC Staff will provide them with the reports, but only once a year.
  6. 6. Benefits of using the CADAC Data?  It is a reliable and consistent source for analysis of the Canadian arts sector  To identify trends, monitor the overall health of the arts sector and the impact of the arts in communities.
  7. 7. 2 Types of Data Requests  Disaggregated reports  Aggregated reports
  8. 8. 1. Disaggregated* reports The Financial and Statistical data from your members only You can :  Compare your members’ data  Compare multiple years for each member *Requires obtaining the CADAC IDs from members
  9. 9. Example of Disaggregated report Criteria: Financial and Statistical data, comparison of 5 years for only 1 member 2 011 2 012 2 013 2 014 2 015 Financial Total Revenues (A) 858 878 935 208 962 744 961 827 954 282 Total Expenses (B) 831 759 924 020 904 238 979 600 940 658 Total Liabilities 145 271 120 608 154 322 228 576 175 672 Statistica l Number of public performances and literary readings co-produced included on line 1140 5 10 9 5 3
  10. 10. Example of Disaggregated report Criteria: Financial data, comparison of 3 members for particular lines only, for 2014 Member 1 Member 2 Member 3 REVENUES Co-productions 0 0 13,990 Fees - guarantees (local market) 0 80,271 0 Other artistic revenues and fees 0 0 83,538 Fees from workshops / classes / conferences / annual meetings / seminars / colloquia 8,118 0 0 Membership dues or fees (not eligible for a tax receipt) 0 8,887 0 Facilities and equipment rental, sale of works of art 275 0 0 Total Earned Revenue 8,393 89,158 97,528
  11. 11. 2. Aggregated reports The Financial and Statistical data of 5 organizations or more with the same criteria You can :  Compare multiple years of data for organizations with the same criteria  Chose from multiple criteria(see next slide)
  12. 12. Report Criteria for Aggregated data only  Geographic data (e.g. Province/ Territory/City / Town / Reserve)  First three digits of a Postal Code  Discipline/Specialization: e.g.  Dance (Audience and Market Development, Dance Company, Presenter – Festival, Presenter – Other, Service Organization – Arts, Training / Professional Development Organization)  Practice: e.g.  Aboriginal Arts Organization, Arts Education Organization  Revenue Range  For profit or Not-for-profit Organization  Organizations with or without a Charitable Status
  13. 13. Example of Aggregated report Criteria: Financial Totals for all of the Dance Organizations from the Province of Ontario for 2013 and 2014 Line Description Total 57 Total 57 2013 2014 4175 Total Earned Revenue 29 050 340 28 786 007 4440 Total federal public revenues 13 938 621 13 790 528 4500 Total provincial or territorial public revenues 7 380 794 5 871 090 4535 Total municipal or regional public revenues 2 723 863 2 989 301 4700 Total Revenues (A) 70 919 057 68 298 734 5600 Total Expenses (B) 69 309 054 66 235 270 6140 Surplus or (deficit) for the year (C) 152 287 292 903 6215 Accumulated surplus or (deficit), end of year 1 378 821 1 742 521 6260 Current assets 16 208 808 18 093 307
  14. 14. CADAC Data Access Process Next step: 1. For disaggregated data, you must obtain the CADAC IDs from your members 2. Complete the Request for data form. 3. Submit by May 31, 2016 to the CADAC office by email 4. The CADAC staff will distribute the reports in June and July 2016 For more information: Marie-Chantale Pilon Team Lead 1-866-249-0296 option 4 marie-chantale.pilon@thecadac.ca www.thecadac.ca

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