Arts and Culture Barometer 2020: A survey on artistic work in municipalities

Arts and Culture Barometer 2020: A survey on artistic work in municipalities

The theme of this year’s Arts and Culture Barometer is artists and artistic work in municipalities. The Barometer data is collected through online surveys aimed at municipalities and artists. We invite all professional artists to answer the survey!

The survey for artists gathers views on

  • the role of municipalities in creating the conditions for artistic work
  • the artistic work and the local community
  • the local activities of the Arts Promotion Centre Finland

We ask that you kindly respond to the survey by 15.10.2020 (NB! New deadline). It takes approximately 20 minutes to answer. You can answer in Finnish, Swedish or English. Feel free to share the survey link.

After completing the questionnaire, you also have the opportunity to participate in a prize drawing for the chance to win one of 15 Museum Cards by providing your contact information.

All responses will be treated with confidentiality and separately from the respondent’s e-mail address or other personal information. 

The Arts and Culture Barometer 2020 will be published in April 2021, at which time a forum will be held to discuss the results.

The Arts and Culture Barometer annually maps current themes in the fields of arts and culture. The barometer has been implemented since 2015 in collaboration with the Center for Cultural Policy Research Cupore and the Arts Promotion Centre Finland (Taike).

More information

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Minna Ruusuvirta

Senior Researcher
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Emmi Lahtinen

Researcher
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