Every five years, Americans for the Arts holds an Arts and Economic Prosperity study to document the economic and social impact of the nonprofit arts and culture industry in communities around the country. This year, Montgomery County participated for the first time in the study as part of Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 (AEP6).
Why do the arts matter so much?
AEP6 in the local news:
Randy Cohen, Vice President of Research with Americans for the Arts, visited Montgomery County in November 2023 to discuss the results of AEP6 with the community. Recordings of Randy’s Presentations in Montgomery County can be found below.
For additional information about AEP6 and Americans for the Arts, please click here to visit the official site.