Keyword: access

Lowering the cost of attendance does not necessarily increase accessibility for arts events

This research was conducted by Jessica Sherrod Hale and Joanna Woronkowicz at Indiana University, USA

Summary

This paper looked at the effects of arts programming at a large university campus in the United States. In 2016 Indiana University made a big investment in on-campus arts programming, including festivals with performances, film …

Using an 'Index of Access' to measure the geographic inquality of cultural amenities

This research was conducted by Alisa V. Moldavanova, Lauren Meloche and T. Lyke Thompson at Wayne State University, USA

Summary

This paper investigated the ways in which residents of Detroit, Michigan experienced different levels of ‘access to cultural amenities’ in the city. The research was prompted by inequities revealed by the …

Reducing stigma for disabled arts patrons

This research was conducted by Erin Ludwig at Corcoran Gallery of Art + College of Art and Design, USA

Summary

This paper looked at what factors influenced the decisions of disabled people to attend arts venues. The research was based two surveys: one of 28 arts organisations and another of 50 disabled …

By | 26 April 2014 |