Posts tagged with 'Farrell, Betty'

Urban Cultural Projects: Research, Practice, Policy

This is the summary report of a convening hosted by the CPC at the University of Chicago's Center in Paris on June 1–2, 2015. The convening entailed two days of presentations and discussions with European colleagues about urban cultural projects—variously identified as “creative placemaking,” “urban regeneration,” or “culture-led development.”

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Research Agenda for the Arts in Chicago

In partnership with Joyce Foundation and DCASE, the Cultural Policy Center convened a series of discussions with Chicago-area arts and culture stakeholders with the goal of identifying the most pressing information and research needs of the local Chicago cultural sector. The result is a crowd-sourced research agenda that addresses the question, what do we need to know now in order to position Chicago as a global cultural city of the 22nd century?

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The Changing Landscape of Arts Participation: A Synthesis of Literature and Expert Interviews

This report provides an overview of theoretical issues concerning: ■ How people participate, both in terms of what activities should be included within the larger, ecological domain of artistic and cultural activity, and the manner and degree of people’s involvement with them ■ Who participates ■ Where participation happens ■ Motivations and barriers to participation

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Introduction to U.S. Cultural Policy (2013)

This course provides an overview of U.S. cultural policy, tracing the origins of the arts infrastructure from the late 19th century to the present, with a focus on the shaping of cultural organizations, taste, patronage systems and audiences.

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Campus Art Museums in the 21st Century: A Conversation

In the summer of 2012, the authors of this study brought together a group of campus art museum directors and outside experts to 'think out loud' about the changes already occurring at campus museums and where new opportunities and roles may be emerging. We hope the resulting paper will further the field's larger, continuing exploration of its roles and potentials through dialogue, research, and experimentation—an exploration that contributes to the continued healthy evolution of campus art museum practice.

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