Table 12: Cultural institutions financed by public authorities, by domain
|Domain||Cultural institutions (subdomains)||Number (Year)||Trend (++ to –)|
|Cultural heritage||Cultural heritage sites (recognised)||46 (2011)||+|
|Museums (organisations)||822 (2013)||++|
|Archives (of public authorities)||34 (2011)||no change|
|Visual arts||Public art galleries / exhibition halls||202 (2013)||+|
|Art academies (or universities)||8 (2012)||no change|
|Performing arts||Symphonic orchestras||12 (2010)||–|
Music / theatre academies |
|11 (2011)||no change|
|Dramatic theatre||104 (2012)||+|
|Music theatres, opera houses||25 (2012)||no change|
|Dance and ballet companies||n.a.||n.a|
|Books and Libraries||Public libraries||8 112 (2013)||–|
|Audiovisual||Broadcasting organisations **||2 (2010)||no change|
|Interdisciplinary||Socio-cultural centres / cultural houses||3 870 (2012)||—|
Central Statistic Office, The activities of cultural institutions in Poland in 2010, The activities of cultural institutions in Poland in 2011 and Culture in 2013.
* There are no separate data for music schools. According to the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage there are 355 public arts schools.
** Polish Public Television and Polish Public Radio are two separate public broadcasting organisations, however they consist of several channels each and numerous regional branches.