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ERIC ED289761: Earnings of Artists: 1980.
In 1980, the U.S. civilian labor force included over one million persons who were employed as: (1) actors; (2) announcers; (3) architects; (4) postsecondary art, drama, and music teachers; (5) authors; (6) dancers; (7) designers; (8) musicians and composers; (9) painters, sculptors, craft artists, and artist printmakers; (10) photographers; and (11) performers and related workers. This document, based on data from the 1980 U.S. Census for a set of 11 arts-related occupations, presents information about these artists' earnings for the 1979 calendar year and includes wages, salaries, and self-employment income. Section 1 of the report reviews basic variations in earnings among artists by their occupations, sex, ethnic backgrounds, ages, educational levels, and types of workplaces. Section 2 contains a series of profiles that can be utilized to compare and review each of the 11 artist occupations. This document contains numerous tables, and an appendix presents tables that highlight: (1) median income; (2) the distribution of artists by occupation, sex, and household status; (3) personal earnings; and (4) artist household earnings. (JHP)
Published on 12/26/2014
Document details: 48 pages. 57 downloads.

Unscrolled : 54 writers and artists wrestle with the Torah
Published on 08/28/2018
Document details: 390 pages. 5 downloads.

Modern arts criticism : a biographical and critical guide to painters, sculptors, photographers and architects from the beginning of the modern era to the present
Published on 01/09/2012
Document details: 502 pages. 87 downloads.

Modern arts criticism : a biographical and critical guide to painters, sculptors, photographers and architects from the beginning of the modern era to the present
Published on 01/09/2012
Document details: 626 pages. 53 downloads.

ERIC ED288757: Where Artists Live 1980. Report #19.
Information on the number and location of U.S. artists, as reported in the 1980 Census of Population, is examined, and comparisons are made with 1970 Census figures. This document describes national growth trends in specific art occupations and regional changes in comparison to total labor force changes. The impact of migration on the distribution of artists is examined, along with the effects of new labor force entries and occupational changes. Statistical data are presented for 1970 and 1980 individual states' distributions of: (1) actors and directors; (2) announcers; (3) architects; (4) authors; (5) dancers; (6) designers; (7) musicians and composers; (8) painters, sculptors, craft artists, and artist printmakers; (9) photographers; (10) teachers of art, drama, and music (higher education); and (11) other artists. A written summary is provided for each state, and information concerning the concentration of artists in major U.S. Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMSAs) is provided. Civilian labor force totals, artists in the civilian labor force percentages, the total number of artists, and percentages of U.S. artists for each state and selected large SMSAs are appended. Tables, figures, and maps are included. (JHP)
Published on 12/26/2014
Document details: 74 pages. 55 downloads.

ERIC ED298069: Where Artists Live: 1970. Research Division Report #5.
Based on 1970 U.S. Census data, this report notes that there were 500,000 persons employed during that year as artists who performed as actors, architects, authors, designers, musicians and composers, painters and sculptors, photographers, radio and television announcers, and in other arts-related fields. Part 1 provides a summary and analysis of the geographic distribution of employed artists, while part 2 specifically describes the principal residential characteristics of each of the major artist occupations, identifying where people in each field were concentrated in terms of total numbers in a community and in proportion to an area's general population of employed persons. Part 3 describes the relative size of each state's and the District of Columbia's employed artist population. It identifies which types of artists were predominant, how the states compared with each other in the employment of artists, and states' urban areas that had large concentrations of working artists. An appendix provides 33 tables of demographic data, and other tables, figures, and maps are included. (JHP)
Published on 12/23/2014
Document details: 81 pages. 46 downloads.

ERIC ED125416: Employment and Unemployment of Artists: 1970-1975. Research Division Report Number 1.
Compilation of data on the unemployment and employment of artists on a base comparable with the data for the total U.S. population is presented. Tables present the main body of information about employment and unemployment. A brief summary of highlights is also included. Material presented is technical and intended for persons who are specially concerned about the reliability of the data and its use for trend projection. The period covered is from 1970 through 1975. Breakdown is for males and females, and for architects, actors, authors, dancers, designers, musicians and composers, painters and sculptors, and photographers. (KE)
Published on 05/04/2015
Document details: 31 pages. 28 downloads.

ERIC ED281821: Artists Compared by Age, Sex, and Earnings in 1970 and 1976. Report #12.
The purpose of this report is to examine the population of artists in terms of age, sex, and earnings and to compare the results from 1970 and 1976. An artist in this report includes people in the following categories: actors, architects, dancers, designers, musicians and composers, painters and sculptors, photographers, and radio and television announcers. Highlights of the analysis report that the number of artists increased 50% from 1970 to 1976, from 600,000 to 900,000, but that median earnings remained the same at $7,900. The lack of increase in earnings is explained by the 50% increase in artists, while positions for artists increased by only 23%. The number of women in artistic occupations increased by 80% while males in artistic occupations increased by half that amount. In 1970 artists' personal earnings contributed 62% of their household earnings, by 1976 the contribution had fallen to 44%. Women were more dependent on other household members than men were and accounted for only a quarter of the total household income in 1970 and 1976. These data suggest that while artists' personal earnings are relatively low, artists tend to be members of households which compare closely with total household earnings of all professionals. Although artists' median personal earnings did not increase between 1970 and 1976, the total household earnings rose by 40% during this period. The artists' population is composed of relatively young people and is predominantly male. From 1970 to 1976 the population became younger and the proportion of women artists increased. The mid-decade observation period was marked by a recession in which the rate of artistic unemployment increased more than all professional workers. The difference reflects the increased proportion of young people, women, and blacks in artistic occupations, because unemployment rates are generally higher for these groups. Over 40 tables and figures display and support the findings. (APG)
Published on 12/25/2014
Document details: 60 pages. 43 downloads.

ERIC ED165216: Selected Characteristics of Artists: 1970: Self-Employment, Migration, Household and Family. Research Division Report No. 10.
Based on data concerning the artist population of the United States collected in the 1970 census, this report examines three patterns in the lives of artists. The first chapter analyzes self-employment patterns and includes information about the size of the self-employed artist population, its earnings, and a breakdown of self-employment patterns according to occupation. The occupations discussed are authors, architects, painters/sculptors, photographers, and musicians/composers. The second chapter presents data on the migration patterns of artists between 1965 and 1970. Specifically, their migration from region to region and to major metropolitan areas is analyzed. The final chapter examines the household characteristics of artists and includes information on their living arrangements, families, children, and marital status. (Twelve tables and six lists of figures are included.) (FL)
Published on 04/12/2015
Document details: 29 pages. 67 downloads.

Aging artfully : 12 profiles : visual & performing women artists aged 85-105
Published on 05/08/2012
Document details: 154 pages. 10 downloads.
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