The Impact of Art on Alachua County

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From Arts & Economic Prosperity IV2010 Data

Total Industry Expenditures: $85,491,538

Full-Time Equivalent Jobs Supported: 2,344

Revenue Generated to Local Government: $3,220,000

Revenue Generated to State Government: $4,042,000

Total Attendance to Arts and Culture Events: 1,939,986

Total Event-Related Expenditures: $53,153,848

Average Event-Related Spending Per Person: $27.39

Local Arts Agency Salary Survey – South Atlantic Region

Average Salary – $55,278

Executive Director/CEO – $83,003

Program/Services – $50,438

Assistant Director/COO – $80,416

Marketing/Communications – $40,118

Public Art – $56,429

Grants/Grantmaking – $57,682

Operations/Administration – $42,126

Development/Fundraising – $50,294

Finance/Accounting – $61,119

Arts Education – $43,250

Event Planning/Special Events – $47,905

Artistic Programming/Curator – $65,000

Facilities Management – $60,987

Research/Evaluation/Analysis - $48,000

Technology – $42,400

Arts Index – 2009 Data – Per 100,000 residents

AAM Accredited Museums – 0.81

Solo Artists – 247.44

“Creative Industries” Businesses – 271.70

Arts and Culture Establishments – 64.29

National Register of Historic Places Sites – 21.43

Accredited Degree Granting Programs – 1.62

Cultural and Ethnic Awareness Nonprofits – 0.40

 

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