Artful business

Koostra, Barbara; Abdou-Diefenderfer, Patricia
June 1994
Montana Business Quarterly;Summer94, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p2
Presents an overview of the study `Arts in Local Economy,' by the National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies (NALAA) which provides an analysis of the economic impact of nonprofit arts agencies in the United States. Vital arts community as an excellent investment in jobs attraction; Impact of culture, arts and tourism in Montana.


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