Recent Work In Arts, Culture & Heritage

Evaluation of the Impact of Increases to City of Toronto Cultural Grants from 2012 to 2016 Nov 30, 2017

Delivered to City of Toronto

Produced by Nordicity


Museums and Cultural Properties

Heritage organizations must showcase digital and analog objects in new ways, while increasingly engaging with communities and competing for audiences. Nordicity helps museums and cultural properties respond to the demands of today's audience.

Visual Arts and Crafts

Nordicity helps arts agencies, associations and funds quantify and track the substantial economic and social impacts of this largely self-employed sector.

Live Performing Arts

The live performing arts sector's impact reaches well beyond simple ticket sales. Nordicity develops business and marketing plans that focus on achieving audience engagement goals as well as other performance indicators, providing more accurate measurements of this sector’s unique impact throughout the wider economy.

Our clients are leading public and private organizations that, with our assistance, have identified and capitalized on current and emerging opportunities:
  • Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC)
  • Department of Canadian Heritage
  • Government of Ontario – Ministry of Tourism and Culture
  • Ottawa Arts Court Foundation
  • Government of Nunavut – Department of Economic Development and Transportation
  • Government of New Brunswick – Department of Wellness, Culture and Sport
  • Parks Canada
  • National Gallery of Canada
  • National Arts Centre
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