The conference, held at the University of Washington, was a public discussion of "Mapping State Cultural Policy: The State of Washington," a research study published by the Cultural Policy Center at the University of Chicago. The project was funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
Terry Clark (Sociology) and Lawrence Rothfield (English/Cultural Policy)
View "Urban Amenities: Lakes, Opera, and Juice Bars: Do They Drive Development?" draft by T. Clark
Jonathan Katz, CEO, National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
In dialogue with Lawrence Rothfield, Associate Professor of English, Faculty Director, Cultural Policy Center, the University of Chicago
The University of Chicago Cultural Policy Center assembled scholars of policy, education, law, and the arts along with experts from the nonprofit and corporate sectors to discuss the social impact of video games and ways of encouraging innovation and development in positive social directions.
Major funding from the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation and the Markle Foundation. Additional support from the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the University of Chicago & Argonne Laboratory Computation Institute, the Renaissance Society, and Jamee Rosa.