What the Arts Contribute Back to our Community!
The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences in Pinellas County
The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance 2017 Arts Summit presented with Creative Pinellas, Clearwater Arts Alliance, North Pinellas Cultural Alliance and the Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture and the Arts was filled to capacity. The real measure of success though was Pinellas County, as keynote speaker Randy Cohen from American’s for the Arts illustrated the benefits of the economic impact of the arts.
The Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 study provides compelling evidence that the nonprofit arts and culture sector is a major economic force in Pinellas County:
You may pick up printed copies of the 38-page report from one of the five hosts, or download it at St. Pete Arts Alliance. They also have a one-page summary with overview facts to help you make the case for supporting your arts organization. Email email@example.com and they will email you a copy of the facts page or mail you the complete report.
2017 Art Collector's Guide to St. Pete
The City of St. Petersburg has begun distribution of 35,000 copies of a carefully curated Art Collectors Guide, targeting art collectors and buyers in Florida and around the U.S.
The guide aims to market St. Pete, not just as a City with a strong arts community, but as a place for collectors to add to or begin their collections.
Check out the online version here!
For a copy of the guide, please contact Nina Mahmoudi.
Non-Profit Organizational Resources
Fixtures, Displays, Mannequins, etc.
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Highlights from the 2015 Arts & Culture
Economic Impact Report
These non-profit organizations self-reported attracting 5,167,494 visitors in 2014, and generated total revenues of $38,270,987