SEARCH RESULTS FOR CENTER FOR ART AND CULTURE: 56 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Bradford, Gigi: Gary,Michael; and Wallach, Glenn
Date of Publication: January 2000

A volume of essays introduced and edited by the Center for Arts and Culture staff that surveys issues we will face in the next century.

Author(s): The Center for Arts and Culture
Date of Publication: March 2001

America's Cultural Capital focuses on four structural recommendations that are intended to improve federal policy making in the arts and culture.

Author(s): National Arts Journalism Program
Date of Publication: 2003

Arts & Minds: A Conference on Cultural Diplomacy amid Global Tensions, held on April 14-15, 2003 at Columbia University, put a spotlight on cultural diplomacy's history, viability, and prospects.

Author(s): Arthurs, Alberta; Wallach, Glenn; and Wills, Gary
Date of Publication: May 2001

Explores both the points of tension and the areas of common ground for understanding the relationship between religion and the arts in American life. Produced in collaboration with the Henry Luce Foundation, this anthology may be ordered through the New Press.

Author(s): Cummings, Milton C. Jr.
Date of Publication: 1982

In his discussion of the Kennedy administration and the arts, [the author] analyzes the political arguments for a national cultural agency. This essay is found in the book Public Policy and the Arts edited by Kevin Mulcahy and C. Richard Swaim.

Author(s): Cummings, Milton C. Jr.
Date of Publication: 1990

The author surveys the history of the arts and government relationship in this country and finds illuminating parallels in our past with the political controversies about art and government support in the late 1980's.

Author(s): Donohue, Keith
Date of Publication: 2001

The Center for Arts and Culture has published a series of issue papers entitled Art, Culture, and the National Agenda to demonstrate how public policy decisions affect our nation's cultural life. This paper, the second in the series, provides an overview and analysis of federal policies and practices in historic preservation, documents and archives, artifacts, living cultural heritage, and domestic and international cultural property laws.

Author(s): Strom, Elizabeth
Date of Publication: 2001

The Center for Arts and Culture has published a series of issue papers entitled Art, Culture, and the National Agenda to demonstrate how public policy decisions affect our nation's cultural life. This paper, the third in the series, provides an overview and analysis of federal policies and practices, and the way culture intersects with civic life in communities.

Author(s): Venturelli, Shalini
Date of Publication: 2001

The Center for Arts and Culture has published a year-long series of issue papers entitled Art, Culture, and the National Agenda to demonstrate how public policy decisions affect our nation's cultural life. In this paper, the first in the series, the author insists that public policy be repositioned in this time of globalization of the Information Economy and the internationalization of cyberspace.

Author(s): Galligan, Ann M.
Date of Publication: 2002

The Center for Arts and Culture has published a year-long series of issue papers entitled Art, Culture, and the National Agenda to demonstrate how public policy decisions affect our nation's cultural life. This paper, the fifth in the series, looks at the relationship of education, creativity, and the 21st-century workforce.

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