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Slover Linett Audience Research Inc.
4147 N. Ravenswood Ave., Suite 302
Chicago, IL 60613

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Slover Linett Audience Research Inc.

4147 N. Ravenswood Ave., Suite 302

Chicago, IL 60613

Our office is on Chicago’s north side, in the Ravenswood corridor. We’re on the southeast corner of Ravenswood and Berteau, a brick building with an adjacent parking lot. (Unfortunately, that lot isn’t available to visitors; street parking is your best bet.) 

* Note: There is an elevator but it’s ancient and difficult to operate. We would be happy to assist you with it when you arrive. Or let us know if you’d prefer to meet elsewhere; we don’t want our old building to be a barrier.

Latest Tweets

A new report from @LaPlacaCohen and @SloverLinett sheds light on the major racial disparities of cultural audiences and the urgent need to be more responsive to its various communities, particularly during this time of crisis. http://ow.ly/aU7150Av3zi

“There’s a difference between proscenium performance and community action.”

I'm very grateful to have listened in on a conversation with @bamuthi, @KenCenPrez, and myriad artists and partners about this system of Social Impact just announced at @kencen. Details below: https://twitter.com/kencen/status/1281277745134256128

Twitter feed video.“There’s a difference between proscenium performance and community action.” 
 
I'm very grateful to have listened in on a conversation with @bamuthi, @KenCenPrez, and myriad artists and partners about this system of Social Impact just announced at @kencen. Details below: https://t.co/rONzLxYgyG
The Kennedy Center@kencen

"If racism is structural, then anti-racism also must be structural."—@bamuthi

Today, we announce a system of Social Impact that we commit to growing as your nation's cultural center.

Learn more about our eight areas of work ➡ http://bit.ly/KCSocialImpact

"Culture & Community in a Time of Crisis: A Special Edition of Culture Track" is a new study that aims to shed light on how arts and culture organizations can address the hopes, fears, and needs of Americans during and following the COVID-19 pandemic.

@steamworkgroup @LaPlacaCohen Happy to report that *now* the email requirement has been removed; thank you for your feedback and patience!

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