Author(s): Lewis, Ralph H.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1975

[This book] is an outgrowth of an earlier (1941) volume entitled Field Manual for Museums by Ned J. Burns, a work that went out of print during World War II and is, even to this day, in demand by curators and museum managers.

Author(s): Coe, Linda C.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1979

"Funding Sources for Cultural Facilities: Private and Federal Support for Capital Projects" was copublished by the National Endowment for the Art and the Oregon Arts Commission to outline the varied sources of funding available to cultural organizations.

Author(s): Wynne, George G.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1980

[Many] of the world's greatest public buildings and spaces, were the result of design competitions. . . . But competitions that promote design excellence, and access on equal terms for unrecognized talent, need not be confined to giant projects. Housing for the elderly, playgrounds, community parks, cultural facilities and derelict streetscapes can all be improved through the competition route.

Author(s): National Research Center of the Arts
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1974

[Museums USA: A Survey Report] is the first of its kind to be conducted in the of museums of all types - art, history, science, art/history, and other museums with combined subjects. It deals with more than 1,800 museums and covers every major aspect of operations; the purposes and functions of the institutions, programs, accessibility, attendance and admissions, collections and exhibitions, trustees, management and personnel, facilities, and finances.

Author(s): Educational Facilities Laboratories
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1975

[This book is designed to] dramatize the commitment to facilities made by arts organizations and agencies all over the country - a commitment which is having a significant impact on the quality of life and the physical environment of many neighborhoods and urban centers. The purpose is to gather basic information on 49 new arts facilities as a resource for arts organizations and planners interested in similar kinds of facilities.

Author(s): Wallen, Denise and Cantrell, Karen
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1987

[This book] is designed to facilitate the search for financial support for museums and museum activities and programs. A museum, as defined by the American Association of Museums, is considered to be any ....nonprofit institution essentially educational or aesthetic in purpose with professional staff, which owns or utilizes tangible objects, cares for them, and exhibits them to the public on some schedule.

Author(s): Malaro, Marie C.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1984

[This book] is for the Novice whether he or she be the attorney who is called upon occasionally to advise a museum, or the new museum staff member or trustee who must wrestle with a myriad of administrative problems without benefit of constant professional advice. For the nonlawyer, issues are explained simply, without heavy reliance on legal terminology. The objective is to give sufficient background information so that intelligent decisions can be made regarding the appropriate time to call legal counsel.

Author(s): Flood, Bill
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1988

[This book] is intended to help local arts agencies, city and county governments, and redevelopment agencies find the most appropriate methods of encouraging developers to integrate public art into projects. It includes suggestions for designing a program, case studies of successful programs, a list of cities with current or evolving programs and literature and organizational resources.

Author(s): O'Connor, Sara and Myers, Sherrill
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1991

[This book] recounts the eight-year process by which the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre converted a former power plant into a state-of-the-art performing arts complex. Marshalling the resources of trustees, fundraisers, private sector business leaders, local, state and federal officials, architects, demolition experts, contractors and - above all - the company's own artists, technicians and administrators, the Milwaukee Rep created an extraordinarily beautiful and highly functional new home as part of an ambitious plan for the revitalization of downtown Milwaukee. . . . this backstage tour of the

Author(s): McIntosh, Phyllis Lehmann
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1986

The grants described here are only a handful of nearly 4,000 that have been awarded by the Design arts Program since it was established twenty years ago as part of the National Endowment for the Arts. . . . the stories here sum up the many ways in which good design enhances the efficiency, economy and beauty of our daily lives. (Foreword, p. 7). ... its purpose is not only to fund worthwhile design proposals that span architecture to fashion, but to be creative in the choosing. One example of the Program's grants is misleading and a hundred are bewildering in illuminating its mission. The