DataArts’ (formerly Cultural Data Project/CDP) will visit Tempe on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, to present a free workshop geared toward assisting arts and culture organizations better understand and utilize data collection and reporting. For new or prospective DataArts users, the workshop will be preceded by a new user orientation session.

Why does data matter?

DataArts can help your organization view, analyze, and talk about your internal data in new (and even exciting!) ways. Our training workshops set the groundwork for you to use data thoughtfully and effectively, always with the goal of strengthening your organization’s ability to do what it does best: provide high-quality arts and cultural experiences.

New User Orientation

DataArts recently launched a new online platform for data collection, reporting, and insights for the cultural sector. Attend this session to learn the basics of completing the Cultural Data Profile (CDP) on the new platform. The session will also cover how to apply to participating grantmakers using the system, and access free analytics and educational opportunities from DataArts.

Data + Stories = Impact Workshop

How do you want to communicate about your organization? You’ve been collecting data points through the year, and it’s time to combine this information with your organization’s story. In our hands-on workshop, learn how data drawn from DataArts’ analytic reports can help you make a case that will:

  • Effectively communicate with stakeholders
  • Highlight accomplishments for funders
  • Raise important issues with policymakers

New User Orientation

Wednesday, May 3
Tempe Public Library


Data + Stories Workshop

Wednesday, May 3
Tempe Public Library


These workshops are possible with generous support from:

The Flinn Foundation

Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

The City of Tempe

The Arizona Commission on the Arts



Organization/Company: DataArts
Location: Tempe, AZ
Deadline: May 3, 2017
How to Apply: Online registration required. See full post for details and links.