Goal 7 - Desired Condition 46 - Residents appreciate, foster, and respect Albuquerque’s arts and cultures.
- 46.1 Arts and culture events resident attendance per 1,000 population
- 46.2 Total Community Personal Income going to non-profit arts and cultural organizations
Traffic Light Scorecard"Residents appreciate, foster, and respect Albuquerque's arts and cultures"
PICTURE IS IMPROVING
Based on the Following criteria:
Much of a community’s arts and cultural environment, events, and performances are organized, promoted, and/or conducted by nonprofit organizations. The largest Albuquerque nonprofit arts and cultural groups report growing individual donations, attendance, and volunteerism and expect continued growth into the future. They also expect that donations from corporations and foundations will increase. The number of arts and cultural groups is increasing and their revenues and assets, as reported to the IRS, have grown between 2003 and 2008.
The Albuquerque area ranks in the middle of peer communities, when comparing the total revenues of arts nonprofits to the Total Personal Income of the community. Albuquerque ranks at the bottom when comparing Personal Income averaged per registered arts and cultural organization. This suggests that revenues from individuals are being maximized and that it might be difficult to maintain growth in the number of arts and cultural groups.
Residents recognize that the community has made progress, supporting Albuquerque’s arts and culture. Within the goal this condition is highly ranked for importance, especially among women, minorities, and residents of the North Valley, Near Heights, and East Gateway areas.
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