Nonprofit Arts: An Economic Engine for LA
Last month, Americans for the Arts released the Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study, which shows Los Angeles’s nonprofit arts community supports 37,000 jobs and generates $1.38 billion of activity in the local economy.
Global Concern that Creativity is Suffering at Work and School
New findings from the Adobe State of Create Study suggest a global creativity gap in the world’s largest economies: US, UK, Germany, France and Japan. In the survey of 5,000 adults (1,000 per country), responses show that an overwhelming majority feel that unlocking creativity is critical to economic growth also nearly two-thirds feel that being creative is valuable to society but that only 1 in 4 are living up to their creative potential.