Up to 43% of residents in a San Francisco zip code have participated in an arts/culture program
28% of unique households are multi-buyers appearing across 2/more organizations' contact lists
43% of Bay Area arts and culture consumers are baby boomers
Know your audience. Grow your audience.
The Audience Database is one of the largest and most comprehensive collective audience databases in the country. Registering 1.4 million households drawn from 75+ participating arts and culture groups, this resource developed with TRG Arts' national Data Center is open to all Bay Area arts and cultural nonprofits, helping to cut campaign costs and market and fundraise more effectively.
Participating producers, presenters and educational institutions come from all disciplines, including dance, music, museums, art galleries, historical associations, literary organizations, film societies, advocacy groups and of course theatre!
The Audience Database is a cooperative cloud-based patron database that allows users from the whole Bay Area community network to:
- Target arts consumers for marketing and fundraising campaigns
Who else is participating?
How can I join?
If you are a company member of Theatre Bay Area, be sure to log in to see your discounted pricing reflected.
Once your purchase is complete, first-time users will be asked to fill out TRG's New Member Survey and the U.S. Post Office Processing Acknowledgement Form to allow your data to be run through the National Change of Address Registry. It takes two months to get full access, so new organizations that join by September 30 will receive complete access by December 2.
Long-time Lemonade Fund supporter, ATLAS alum, and playwright/educator Terry Boero talks about the dramaturg's joy in nurturing creative impulses in others Read all about her here.