Research 

 

RESEARCH

LATEST RESEARCH PROJECT is now complete! 

Thank you to all who assisted in collecting organizational expenditure surveys and audience surveys, to help Central Florida Region show how important our arts and culture industry is to this region’s residents, visitors, and to the economy!

Together we collected budget and attendance information from 218 eligible nonprofit cultural organizations in the 7-county Central Florida Region, a 31.6% response of the 690+/- registered cultural nonprofits.

RESEARCH REPORTS:

Research Project Description

 AEP5 Study Results – 

REGIONS & COUNTIES:

AEP5 Study Results – 

CITIES & DISTRICTS:

 

Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 (AEP5);  published 2017

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AEP5 is the latest and largest (341 study regions nationwide) research project measuring the economic impact of the nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their audiences, with Americans for the Arts. The Central Florida Region is comprised of 7 counties and 690+ nonprofit cultural organizations and government programs. United Arts of Central Florida partners with Americans for the Arts on the AEP nationwide research project, conducted every five years.QUESTIONS? For more information,
contact Trudy Wild, Trudy@UnitedArts.cc, 321.972.9837, or 407.628.0333, x223ECONOMIC IMPACT CALCULATOR customized to Central Florida Region
 * Central Florida Region (one-sheet); (one-sheet & summary) (full report)

 * Orange County (one-sheet); (one-sheet & summary); (full report); (back to back  one-sheets: Orange County & Central Florida Region)

 * Brevard County (one-sheet pending); (summary); (full report)

 * Lake County (one-sheet pending); (summary); (full report)

 * Osceola County (one-sheet pending); (summary); (full report)

 * Polk County (one-sheet pending); (summary); (full report)

 * Seminole County (one-sheet pending); (summary); (full report)

 * Volusia County (one-sheet); (summary); (full report)

* State of Florida (summary)
– 
Florida Trend article

 * City of Orlando  (one-sheet); (summary); (full report)

 * City of Winter Park (one-sheet pending); (summary)

 * NEW! district of Loch Haven Cultural Park (one-sheet)

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PRESS RELEASE/Publications:

 * October 2017 – Top 10 Reasons to Support the Arts – Randy Cohen, Americans for the Arts

 *June 17, 2017 – United Arts – Arts & Culture Boost Central Florida Economy
 * June 16, 2017 – Americans for the Arts – Fifth National Economic Impact Study Findings Revealed

Previous Arts & Economic Prosperity study (AEP IV);
published 2012

 AEP IV was a nationwide research project measuring the economic impact of the nonprofit organizations and their audiences, with Americans for the Arts.   AEP IV Study Results:

 * Central Florida Region (full report) (one-sheet & summary)

 * Orange County (one-sheet & summary)

 * Seminole County (one-sheet & summary)

 * Osceola County (one-sheet & summary)

 * City of Orlando (one-sheet & summary)

 * City of Winter Park (one-sheet & summary)

Creative Industries (CI) Report, 2017

Americans for the Arts industry reports for 2017 — arts and culture-related companies and jobs, includes both for-profit and not-for-profit companies, by county/region/state.

 

* CI – Orlando Region (4-county Central Florida)  – customized UA area, including major theme parks
* CI – Orange County – customized, including major theme parks
* CI – Lake County
* CI – Osceola County
* CI – Seminole County
* CI – Brevard County
* CI – Polk County
* CI – Volusia County
* CI – State of Florida

Creative Industries (CI) Report, 2015

  — arts and culture-related companies and jobs, includes both for-profit and not-for-profit companies, by county/region/state. * CI – Orlando Region (4-county Central Florida)
* CI – Orange County
* CI – Lake County
* CI – Osceola County
* CI – Seminole County
* CI – State of Florida, 2015

 Cultural Tourism – The Arts Matter! 


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