WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- The most complete study ever of the economic impact of the nonprofit arts industry in North Carolina is being released in Winston-Salem.
The state Department of Cultural Resources will announce the statewide results from the national study Monday at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. The study shows the level of economic activity as well as the number of full-time equivalent jobs generated by North Carolina's arts industry. The findings also include how much the nonprofit arts sector produces in tax revenues.
Among those scheduled to speak are Cultural Resources Secretary Linda Carlisle and Wayne Martin, executive director of the N.C. Arts Council.