The Urban Institute's Arts and Culture Indicators Project (ACIP) strives to help policymakers make better decisions for neighborhoods and cities. To this end, ACIP informs researchers, practitioners, and policymakers about the presence and role of arts and culture in communities—how arts and culture affect neighborhood conditions and community dynamics. Specifically, ACIP develops quantifiable measures of arts and culture and integrates them into quality of life measurement systems that can compare conditions across communities and over time.
contains more than 120,000 records, representing all of the works that have been accessioned into MoMA’s collection and cataloged in our database. It includes basic metadata for each work, including title, artist, date made, medium, dimensions, and date acquired by the Museum.
Hosted through ICPSR, contains survey data for subjects including: Art forms, artists/performers, arts organizations, arts education, cultural policy issues, economics of art, media coverage, participation in the arts, public attitudes/arts advocacy and arts facilities. Includes all data from the previous Cultural Policy & the Arts National Data Archive (CPANDA).