May 7, 2012 - Surveys of 1376 respondents and consultations with more than 500 presenters and stakeholders have been consolidated into a single report.
This Interim Report of Findings highlights the benefits of presenting at the individual, community and society level. Additionally, it presents a profile of the performing arts presenting ecology as a whole and highlights how several groups of presenters are distinct; for instance, those presenting works for aboriginal communities, francophone minority (those operating outside Quebec) and those in rural and remote communities.
In addition to this report, a supplementary analysis on presentation in francophone minorities was also released.
Over the next year, the Value of Presenting project will continue to explore the implications of these and other findings with the presenting field across Canada.