Creative Vitality in Philadelphia
Posted by on January 23, 2011
W. Penn foundation assesses city’s ‘creative vitality’
A new report released by the William Penn Foundation, Creative Vitality in Philadelphia, examines the city’s 2006-08 Creative Vitality Index, including the economic role for-profit arts and creative businesses play, the relationship between the for- and nonprofit creative sectors, and their impact on the community. The report also includes artist profiles.
To download the report, go here.
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