Statistical insights on the arts by Hill Strategies

I aim to provide benchmark data and insights into:

  • Artists and arts workers (e.g., precarity)

  • Public engagement (attendance / participation / education)

  • Situation of arts organizations

  • Funding and finances

  • Economic / social / community impacts

  • Current challenges in the arts (e.g., job vacancies)

… with an eye to key issues:

  • Accessibility

  • Decolonization, equity, diversity, inclusion

  • Climate change / sustainability

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An experienced voice

  • Kelly Hill has 25 years of specialized experience in arts research in Canada

  • Hill Strategies is known for its statistical work and its unique focus on the arts

  • Hill Strategies also conducts and summarizes qualitative research, such as a recent story project on innovation and resilience during the pandemic

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Hill Strategies (Kelly Hill) 
Kelly Hill has 25 years of specialized experience in arts research in Canada. Known largely for his statistical work, Kelly also conducts qualitative research, such as a recent story project on resilience during the pandemic.