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Art Festival Newsletter 2011 Artist Survey Report

 We just received this report from The Art Festival Newsletter with results of their 2011 national artist survey on art festival participation. We recommend this report and its trend analysis for artists and art administrators/event planners as well as art educators and parents.

The results of The Art Festival Newsletter’s seventh national survey are in, collated and available for you to read and digest–using our innovative page-turning system.


To make your reading experience as pleasant as possible, we’ve employed a page-turning system that brings the report–and other publications–to you in a remarkably life-like, interactive format.  When you click on the front page of the survey report below,  you will be taken to a full page, feature-rich environment.  You can zoom in and out, turn pages easily, and print out your copy of the newsletter or special report.  You can also revisit the survey at your leisure–the system will even keep track of where you left off reading, and show that page when you click on the image below.


A few hints about using the page-turning system:  Your cursor is your main control.  Click on a page to increase or decrease the size of the type.  Across the top of the page, your cursor will find an automatically appearing set of controls. The escape key takes you back to this entry  page. You may want to spend a few minutes exploring the features; they’re easy and intuitive to use!


Click on the image to open your copy of the survey report.

Open publication – Free publishingRead the original article HERE

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