The City of Lynchburg and the James River Council for the Arts & Humanities to participate in national arts and economic impact study

We are excited to announce that the City of Lynchburg has been selected to participate in Arts & Economic Prosperity 5, the latest national economic impact study by Americans for the Arts. Our participation in this important research project will allow us to quantify the economic impact of the arts and culture industry in Lynchburg. We all know that this industry supports jobs and generates government revenue. In June of 2017, we’ll receive a final report that tells us just how many jobs and how much money the arts represent in our community! TO COMPLETE THIS STUDY, WE NEED YOUR HELP! The study requires that we collect... (read more)