SEARCH RESULTS FOR CULTURAL DIPLOMACY AND EXCHANGE IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 29 ITEMS FOUND
Author(s): Australia Council
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1997
A new Australian Council resource for arts organizations which focuses specifically on the development of non-English speaking background audiences. In doing so it brings together two key concerns: the Council's Arts for a Multicultural Australia policy and our ongoing commitment to audience development, in particular marketing skills development. (from abstract)
Author(s): Advisory Committee on Cultural Diplomacy at the U.S. Department of State
Date of Publication: Aug 31, 2005
A U.S. Department of State's research report that articulates the justifications for international cultural diplomacy.
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): Nicholas J. Cull
Date of Publication: Jul 31, 2007
Cull explores how "Black Watch" creativly addresses controversial topics such as war, racism, and consumerism.
Author(s): Dambach, Charles F.
Date of Publication: Nov 30, 1992
December 1992 Monograph (National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies)
Author(s): Halpin, Margaret and Martin, Linda
Date of Publication: Nov 30, 1993
December 1993 Monograph explores results of a National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies (NALAA) survey of local arts agencies (LAAs) engaged in international exchange.
Author(s): Andras Szanto, Ph.D.
Date of Publication: 2003
This study contrasts grantmaking by leading American foundations in the years 2001 (the most recent year for which comprehensive data were available) and 1990, the first full year after the Cold War.1 The conclusions are sobering: among the minority of foundations that support the arts, international exchange grants – that is, grants that directly encourage artists, productions or arts experts to cross America’s borders – rank among the lowest of funding priorities. When measured at the height of American philanthropic activity, total direct grants for international arts
Author(s): Center for Arts and Culture
Date of Publication: May 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): Cummings, Milton C.
Date of Publication: June 26, 2009
The essay that follows has two objectives. First, to provide a brief survey of some of the major cultural policy initiatives of the United States government from the 1930’s until recent times. Second, to underscore some of the broader patterns and trends that can be discerned in America’s cultural relations with other countries and other peoples.
Author(s): Pickering, Ted
Date of Publication: April 30, 2003
Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University and the Center for Arts and Culture held a Meeting on Cultural Diplomacy on April 30, 2003 in Washington, DC. This is a transcript of the introductory speech entitled “Cultural Diplomacy Best Practices” presented by Thomas Pickering.