Arts and Culture

Cultural Facilities Study Summary

Facilities dominate arts operations to an extent rarely seen in any sector. Their facilities are technically complex, expensive and time-consuming to build and maintain. While appropriate facilities are intrinsic to the health of arts organizations, we treat them as if they were peripheral. This denial means that we spend millions annually—intentionally or not—to build and maintain an enormous asset base without acknowledging or providing for it.

Other Reports

Funding Non-Degree Workforce Programs at Community Colleges

Lessons Learned from New America’s New Models for Career Preparation Project

Advancing Resilience and Community Health

California Pay for Success: Final Reflections

How Can Outcomes-Based Funding Advance Racial Equity?