Knowledge Management & Analytics

Plural’s Knowledge Management & Analytics Program provides quantitative and qualitative information on ethnocultural arts organizations and service programs geared toward these organizations, and in the future will also cover information related to arts and health organizations and programs. Specifically, this program focuses on the collection, development, analysis, and presentation of data on the ethnocultural arts and arts and health sectors. Information currently publicly available through the website includes the report and artist book Figuring the Plural, which discusses the history, characteristics, needs, and supports of Canadian and US ethnocultural arts organizations, databases of tax-exempt/registered charity ethnocultural arts organizations and arts service organizations in both countries, and survey results concerning the needs of these organizations. Information available upon request includes a curated listing of secondary research materials relevant to the ethocultural arts sector and a physical archive of artwork and ephemera obtained from ethnocultural arts organizations, artists, and arts administrators.