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The 1997 Survey of Public Participation in the Arts (SPPA),
sponsored by the Research Division of the National Endowment
for the Arts, provides information about Americans'
participation in the arts, including ballet, opera, plays,
museums, and concerts. Respondents were asked questions
concerning (a) their attendance at live arts events, (b) their
participation in the arts through broadcast and recorded media,
and (c) their personal performance or creation of art.
Additional questions were asked concerning the amount of
exposure respondents received to the arts as children or in
classes, barriers to greater participation in the arts, and
music preferences. New questions asked in the 1997 SPPA
include the extent to which home computers were used in
learning about arts events and whether respondents subscribed
to performance series or were members of art museums.