Posts tagged with 'Woronkowicz, Joanna'

Building Better Arts Facilities: Lessons from a U.S. National Study

At the turn of the 21st century, a significant boom in the construction of cultural buildings took saw the creation of hundreds of performing arts centers, theaters, and museums. After these buildings were completed, however, many of these cultural organizations struggled to survive, or, alternatively, drifted off mission as the construction project forced monetary or other considerations to be prioritized. Building Better Arts Facilities: Lessons from a U.S.

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Set in Stone: Building America's New Generation of Arts Facilities, 1994-2008

This study looks at a major building boom of museums, performing arts centers and theaters in the United States from 1994 to 2008. It is the first scientifically prepared study of its kind and was requested both by cultural leaders and major foundations that had, in many cases, provided support for these building projects. The primary goal of the study was to establish research that would serve as a basic and essential resource for any cultural group in the country involved in planning the construction, renovation, or expansion of their facilities.

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Working to Bridge the Gap: Linking Academic and Practitioner-based Arts and Policy Research

Jennifer Novak-Leonard, NORC Research Associate & CPC Research Manager; and Joanna Woronkowicz, assistant professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University

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Cultural Infrastructure in the United States (Continued)

Joanna Woronkowicz, National Opinion Research Center/PhD Candidate, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, presented.

This presentation built on the winter 2010 CPC workshop that introduced the "Cultural Infrastructure in the United States" project, a research effort examining the recent building boom in America’s cultural sector in order to understand its direct and indirect impact on organizations and their communities. The focus of this discussion was on the findings of trends in cultural building in the United States from 1994-2008.

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Cultural Infrastructure in the United States: An Overview (1994-2008)

Joanna Woronkowicz, Ph.D. Candidate, Harris School of Public Policy

Launched in the summer of 2008, Cultural Infrastructure examines the recent building boom in America’s cultural sector. By examining a range and number of culture-related construction ventures, this part of the project focuses on providing an overview of the building activity that occurred in the sector.

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