Impact to Insight: A 2022 Arts Community Survey Conversation

Impact to Insight: A 2022 Arts Community Survey Conversation with Morgan Kasprowicz

Friday, October 7, 202212 - 1PM

Zoom Video Conference


The arts community in the Greater Pittsburgh region has changed a lot in the last four years, but how exactly? Discover how artists and creative workers, and arts and cultural organizations and their staff are surviving or thriving in their industries during this presentation of findings from the Arts Council’s 2022 Pittsburgh Arts Community Survey. For the first time since 2018, we have fresh information on the state of our sector from hundreds of artists and employees of arts and culture organizations. 

The true impact of this information is up to all of us to decide. We’ll share our recommendations for how to keep moving the needle forward in our community. 

What to expect to learn during this presentation

  • Artists’ quality of life today versus 2018 

  • Artists’ perceived access to opportunities, funding, and exposure 

  • Funding equity insights from BIPOC artists and arts organizations 

  • COVID-19 financial impact on regional arts organizations and outlooks on recovery. 

  • Trends in career priorities and outlooks for cultural workers 

  • Trends in organizational policies that aim to make organizations and their workplaces more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible 

  • Areas for future research and exploration 

Perk alert! Webinar registrants will be among the first to read and hear this data! The full report is scheduled to be published by the end of September. All registrants will receive the published report via email prior to anyone else. 

Read past Arts Council research reports on our website. 

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Hosted by

Morgan Kasprowicz

Morgan Kasprowicz
Director of Research and Special Projects

Morgan (she/her) was born in Pittsburgh and grew up in rural West Virginia. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in music from Belmont University, Morgan worked in music and performing arts education for nearly 10 years in the Nashville and Denver metro areas. Several of her students went on to study music and theatre at top national and international programs, and many are performing professionally. She was also granted the designation of “Lead Teacher” at Denver School of Science and Technology in 2019 for her consistently high student results and contributions to school culture.