Education, well-being and health, social, and economic advantages are brought by the culture and arts sector to society. Local economies are increased by culture and arts in five ways that are developing talent, retaining and attracting business revitalizing places, developing skills, creating jobs, and attracting visitors.

It also has been reported by many studies in well-being and health that positive impact is imposed by cultural and art interventions on particular health conditions, involving Parkinson’s disease, depression, and dementia. Social interaction is facilitated by the usage of art if effectively delivered. For pursuing creative interests, those in receipt of social care are also encouraged. Moreover, the advantages of dance have also been found for alleviating anxiety and depression and decreasing loneliness among individuals in social care environments.

Further, substantial evidence has also been found concerning the impacts on the society that arts contribute to community cohesion. Moreover, they also make communities feel more reliable and safer and decrease social isolation and exclusion. Further, early literacy, early language acquisition, and attainment in maths are improved when the education system considers structured music activities. Arts have also been integrated by schools across the curriculum in the United States. This has shown continuously higher average mathematics and reading scores in contrast to schools that have not integrated arts in their curriculum.

Moreover, cognitive abilities are also increased by participation in activities related to structured art. Students that participate in arts activities at school and are from low-income families are more likely to gain a degree in contrast to children who do not engage in art activities at school and do belong from low-income families. Overall, it can be concluded that society is influenced dramatically by arts and culture by translating experiences, instilling values, and changing opinions across time and space.