Director of Research and Evaluation, Arts Commission,
County of Los Angeles
In 2017 the LA County Arts Commission launched the county’s first datathon focused entirely on improving access to the arts, in partnership with the City of LA’s Department of Cultural Affairs. The third annual Arts Datathon takes place on April 2019 and will focus on democratizing arts data. Join us to learn how they’re making data more accessible and useful to LA’s vibrant arts and culture communities, and how you can participate. artsdatathon.org
About Bronwyn Mauldin
Bronwyn Mauldin is Director of Research and Evaluation at the LA County Arts Commission where she oversees a team that puts data and social science research methods to work to strengthen the arts ecology. She also teaches research methods to graduate arts management students in Sotheby’s Institute of Art at Claremont Graduate University.
Ms. Mauldin has spent her career conducting applied research and evaluation for nonprofits, philanthropies, and government. Prior to the Arts Commission she evaluated farmworker programs in California’s Central Valley, studied employment conditions for truck drivers in the Pacific Northwest, analyzed apprenticeship opportunities in the healthcare industry, served as a nonpartisan policy analyst in the Washington State House of Representatives, and researched villager organizing in rural northeast Thailand. She also writes fiction and makes zines.
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