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Author(s): MacNeil, Robert
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2007
Transcript of Robert MacNeil's lecture, for the 20th Annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy on March 12, 2007.
Author(s): Washington State Arts Commission
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2006
To preserve the State’s investment, the State Art Collection requires dedicated resources for its ongoing care, including resources for conservation and maintenance. ArtCare guides the management of the State Art Collection. This document serves as an guide and example of a collections management policy.
Author(s): Korza, Pam and Shaffer Bacon, Barbara
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2005
Museums and Civic Dialogue features exhibition projects that demonstrate how three museums have functioned as provocative and effective forums for civic dialogue. Focusing on contemporary and conceptual works of art as well as historic images, the projects highlight new and adapted approaches to curatorial practice, interpretation, and education prompted by civic intention. The case studies also offer insights regarding institutional challenges and changes in practice that necessarily occurred. Through Gene(sis): Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics, Henry Art Gallery
Author(s): Korza, Pam and Atlas, Caron
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2005
Critical Perspectives: Writings on Art and Civic Dialogue is a collection of essays that explore art, civic dialogue, and reflective critical writing. Twelve essays focus on three compelling and very different projects supported by Animating Democracy that employed the unique capacities of theater, visual art, and historic preservation to stimulate people to talk together in new ways about issues that matter in their communities: Dell’Arte theater’s Dentalium Project, about the impact of a Native American casino on the small town of Blue Lake, CA; MACLA’s
Author(s): Center for Arts and Culture
Date of Publication: May 01, 2004
"......the ART in Embassies Program and the Center for Arts & Culture -- a Washington, DC-based, nonpartisan, cultural policy think tank -- organized a panel discussion, Art as Diplomacy: 21st Century Challenges, which addressed the impacts of cultural exchange and how to effectively incorporate the arts and culture in current U.S. government public diplomacy efforts." [p. 2]
Author(s): Naimark, Michael
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 2004
Technology-based art has become increasingly of interest to both the art and the technology communities, as well as to the public at large. It has been adopted by art centers interested in technology and by research labs interested in art, places with different cultures and histories.
New support opportunities exist for tech-based art, such as commercializing invention and tapping a new generation of collectors, patrons and sponsors. But tech-based art is still art, which suffers from deep cultural inadequacies in the . Based on travel and discussion both inside and outside the
Author(s): Yablonsky, Linda
Date of Publication: Oct 31, 2003
The author discusses exhibitions by artists who have abandoned the privacy of their studios to create their work in public.
Author(s): Wuthnow, Robert
Date of Publication: Apr 30, 2003
Robert Wuthnow shows how music and art are revitalizing churches and religious life across the nation in this first-ever consideration of the relationship between religion and the arts.
Author(s): Malley, Sharon M.; Dattilo, John; Gast, David
Date of Publication: Jul 31, 2002
Single-subject multiple probe designs were employed in two studies with 5 young adults who had a dual diagnosis of mental retardation and mental illness. The aim was to determine effects of instruction designed to teach visual arts activity skills and promote personal expressiveness on acquisition, maintenance, and generalization of these skills and behaviors associated with these persons' mental health.
Author(s): Sala, Maria-Mercedes, Editor
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2002
Guide dealing with the relationship between successful marketing of crafts and visual arts, and the appropriate use of intellectual property (IP) system instruments - points to situations where obtaining formal IP protection ought to be considered; explains how to implement marketing and IP strategies within a business framework and marketing management process; presents case studies and examples of managing IP assets in marketing from the craft and visual arts sectors in developing countries; includes bibliographical references (pages 134–135).