Department of Community and Culture. Division of Fine Arts Economic impact study of arts and cultural institutions
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Scope and Content
This series documents one of six case studies conducted during 1978 by staff of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research in partnership with arts agencies in six U.S. cities, including the Utah Arts Council. The study attempted to measure the economic impact of arts activities on selected metropolitan areas, including Salt Lake City. Reports presenting the study's findings were published in 1980. These records include information relevant to the report prepared for Salt Lake City, including research methodology, reference materials, report drafts, and the final publications.
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- Arts--Economic aspects--Utah.