In an effort to gauge how much money is being spent locally on arts and other cultural events, A&H has partnered with Americans for the Arts to conduct the Arts & Economic Prosperity IV survey. This survey will be conducted at three or more events per month (ranging from small underground events like Red Light Variety Show to larger events like Boise Contemporary Theater). This short survey will tell us things like how many people are attending these events and how much money is being put back into the Boise economy because of these events.
If you are interested in participating in the month of March we will be attending the following events:
- Idaho Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony) | March 3, 2010 – First Thursday event, Idaho State Historical Museum FREE – Click here for more info.
- TMP | Mardi Gras, March 12th 2011, Morrison Center – $35.00-$65.00 – Click here for more info.
- Boise Philharmonic | Beethoven and Brahms, March 19th 8pm, Morrison Center, $24.00-$75-00 – Click here for more info.
To learn more about the Arts & Economic Prosperity IV survey visit the following places: