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The presence of a nurturing art community is often a good sign that a community is vibrant in other ways, according to BusinessWeek.com and Sperling’s Best Places, which collected a list of the best places for artists in the United States. In compiling the list, they identified the metro areas with the highest concentrations of artistic establishments.
The magazine also considered the percentage of young people age 25 to 34, population diversity, and concentration of museums, philharmonic orchestras, dance companies, theater troupes, library resources, and college arts programs.
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Source: The Best Cities to Be Creative – By Maya Roney, BusinessWeek.com, by way of Realtor.org