ARTS, CULTURE, AND THE SOCIAL HEALTH OF THE NATION:
Arts, Culture, and the Social Health of the Nation is designed to monitor the artistic and cultural experiences of Americans. Based on the Institute’s National Social Survey, it probes new issues and looks at changes in arts participation since the Institute’s previous report in 2002. The current report shows that Americans deeply value the arts, both in their own lives and in the lives of their children. Yet participation levels have declined slightly since the last survey, both for adults and for children. Differences in participation by income level remain a serious problem. The report was supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and the Nathan Cummings Foundation.
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