Age and Arts Participation: 1982-1997
Seven Locks Press, 2000 - Performing Arts - 72 pages
In this monograph, a wealth of information is provided that explains how and why participation in the arts varies across states and regions with statistics broken down by nine regions and analysis of the ten largest states by population. The study examines participation in the eight key art forms by segments of the population. Based on the 1997 survey of Public Participation in the Arts, Mark G. Schuster provides some preliminary analyses of the observed geographic variations.
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