SEARCH RESULTS FOR HERITAGE & PRESERVATION IN AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS ARCHIVE : 86 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): King, Morgana and Canzonetti, Anne, Editor
Date of Publication: Sep 01, 2017

Natural disasters are a part of life and unavoidable in many parts of the country. It is necessary to be prepared for when nature strikes a public art collection. This paper is a case study on the reaction to and lessons learned during the recovery of New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina struck the city in 2005.

Author(s): Malpede, John and Sanchez Juarez, Christina
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2017

Part of the Americans for the Arts Artists & Communities conversation series that pairs veteran community arts leaders with emerging community arts leaders to share their visions for, experiences with, and challenges to making healthy, equitable, vibrant communities through arts and culture. As community-based work receives more recognition, and intersections and collaborations become stronger, these conversations illuminate just how artists and community arts leaders can work to sustain and maintain healthy communities through their practice.

Author(s): Takamine, Vicky Holt; de Silva, Kahikina
Date of Publication: Jun 01, 2016

Part of the Americans for the Arts Artists & Communities conversation series that pairs veteran community arts leaders with emerging community arts leaders to share

Author(s): Zabel, Laura
Date of Publication: Jun 02, 2015

Excerpted from Arts & America: Arts, Culture, and the Future of America’s Communities. This essay looks at America's changing communities, how they interact with one another, the role of the arts in that change over the next 10 to 15 years. The

Author(s): Heidelberg, Brea M.
Date of Publication: Jun 02, 2015

Excerpted from "Arts & America: Arts, Culture, and the Future of America’s Communities". This essay explores the changing definition of "community" and the role the arts could play to have a positive impact on that change over the next 10 to 15 years. The

Author(s): Mastran, Shelley
Date of Publication: May 10, 2015

This working paper, Fostering Innovations in State Cultural Policy focuses on historic preservation and was prepared for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It has two parts. Part 1: Readiness of the Historic Preservation Community to Identify, Share, and Replicate State Level Policy Innovations and Part 2: Descriptive Examples of Successful Policy Innovations.

Author(s): Smith McNally, Rika and Hsu, Lillian
Date of Publication: Oct 01, 2012

The materials of the public artist long ago moved beyond bronze, marble, and stained glass. Contemporary artists do not hesitate to dip into the pockets of the material, cultural, or technological worlds to retrieve something that sparks their imagination or serves a desired effect. Public art collections reflect the growth of electronic art and socially integrated design that continues to expand the artist's palette and the artist's role in the public sphere. We encourage our public artists to experiment, even as it complicates the challenge of ensuring that public art endures. In

Author(s): City of Seattle
Date of Publication: Aug 01, 2012

The vision of the Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative is to eliminate racial inequity in the community. To do this requires ending individual racism, institutional racism and structural racism. The Racial Equity Toolkit lays out a process and a set of questions to guide the development, implementation and evaluation of policies, initiatives, programs, and budget issues to address the impacts on racial equity. 

Author(s): Gadwa, Anne; Markusen, Ann
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2010

This white paper from the National Endowment for the Arts summarizes two decades of creative American placemaking, drawing on original economic research and case studies of pathbreaking initiatives in large and small cities, metropolitan to rural, as well as published accounts. The case studies stretch from Providence, Rhode Island, to Los Angeles, California, and from Arnaudville, Louisiana, and Fond du Lac, Minnesota, to Seattle, Washington.

Author(s): Riley, Joseph
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2010

Transcript of Joseph Riley's lecture, for the 23rd Annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy on April 12, 2010.

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