Author(s): Ewell Gard, Maryo
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2006

Part history, part case study, and part “idea bank,” we hope this Monograph will serve as a tribute to the accomplishments of a vibrant and growing field, as well as a catalyst and guidepost for those new pioneers who have just begun their journey.

Author(s): Carole Rosenstein
Date of Publication: Mar 05, 2006

Overview of nonprofit cultural heritage organizations in the and a snapshot of their structure, finances and programs.

Author(s): Cuesta, Carlo M.; Gillespie, Dana M.; Lillis, Padraic
Date of Publication: Aug 31, 2005

This report summarizes findings from a McKnight Foundations study which examined the impact of the arts on the community and economic health of eight rural Minnesota towns.

Author(s): Hodder, Robert
Date of Publication: Jul 10, 2005

This article examines local politics, racial attitudes, and public art standards in Richmond, VA, through the lens of a case study- the erection of the Arthur Ashe statue on Monument Avenue.

Author(s): Greffe, Xavier; Pflieger, Sylvie; Noya, Antonella
Date of Publication: Jan 11, 2005

Published by the OECD. Building on recent international case studies, Culture and Local Development shows how public policies can foster culture as a lever for local economic development in terms of partnerships, tax relief, and other innovative instruments. The book also sets out the implications for national governments in the fields of education and intellectual property rights.

Author(s): Siegel, Beth; Kane, Michael; Becker, Beate; with Dimitrova, Ralitsa; Latner, Jonathan; Meneray, Gene; Nathan, Jeanne; Kristjanson, Zopari
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2005

This report defines and analyzes Louisianas cultural economy and recommends strategies through which it can be developed.

Author(s): President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2005

This paper makes the case for cultural tourism, arguing that it grows the economy, preserves heritage, creates a collective national identity as well as allows for meaningful cultural exchange.

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): Korza, Pam and Schaffer Bacon, Barbara
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2005

Cultural Perspectives in Civic Dialogue shares the efforts of cultural organizers who are skilled in working deeply within and across cultures to understand important cultural considerations in arts-based civic dialogue work. Their endeavors illuminate how cultural norms mediate public space and participation, as well as how the choices regarding art forms and dialogue approaches can support or discourage civic participation of various cultural groups. In the King Kamehameha I Statue Conservation Project, rural Hawai’ian residents deliberated how best to conserve a

Author(s): City of Tucson
Date of Publication: Apr 30, 2004

The Tucson Historic Warehouse Arts District Master Plan is the product of an intensive community planning effort in downtown Tucson in 2003 and 2004. The plan grows out of the existing community of artists, arts organizations,