These videos contain summaries and implications of the research.
Set in Stone: Building America’s New Generation of Arts Facilities, 1994-2008 is a two-minute animation that consolidates the report’s findings in an easily accessible form.
What Building Projects Can Teach Us About Big Decisions gives management advice for people involved in projects. It is narrated by Peter Frumkin, a co-author of the report. Also see the supplementary resource sheet (PDF).
A Word from the Researchers features two of the report’s co-authors, Carroll Joynes and Joanna Woronkowicz. In the video, they discuss the need for the study and the lessons they learned.
In this presentation at the National Building Museum, report co-author Joanna Woronkowicz gives a 10-minute summary of the findings and participates in a panel discussion with Randy Cohen, vice president for policy & research at Americans for the Arts; Karen L. Christiansen, chief operating officer at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; and Inga Safron, architecture critic at the Philadelphia Inquirer.