Author(s): Dwyer, Christine M and Frankel, Susan
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2002

This report on a year-long feasibility study shows that advocates on the state level are having success developing reliable funding for arts and culture through opportunistic coalition-building that brings together the interests of public and private, cultural and non-cultural groups and agencies.

Author(s): Bosley, Rachael K. and Heuring, David
Date of Publication: Oct 31, 2001

This special section of the November 2001 issue of American Cinematographer offers a series of articles on film preservation and restoration.

Author(s): The Center for Arts and Culture
Date of Publication: Mar 01, 2001

America's Cultural Capital focuses on four structural recommendations that are intended to improve federal policy making in the arts and culture.

Author(s): Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Date of Publication: Mar 01, 2001

Since the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of 1966, the federal government has been mandated “to be a good steward in managing the historic resources under its administration.” A large number of federal agencies are responsible for multiple use public lands, national parks, and military installations. Together, they own thousands of archeological sites, historic structures, and millions of historic artifacts and documents that comprise U.S. history and culture. Lack of leadership and funding, along with conflicting priorities, hinder the agencies’ abilities to

Author(s): Donohue, Keith
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2001

The Center for Arts and Culture has published a series of issue papers entitled Art, Culture, and the National Agenda to demonstrate how public policy decisions affect our nation's cultural life. This paper, the second in the series, provides an overview and analysis of federal policies and practices in historic preservation, documents and archives, artifacts, living cultural heritage, and domestic and international cultural property laws.

Author(s): Brink, Peter; Early, James; Meyers, Jack; Reger, Larry; Lovell, Ellen McCulloch
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2001

This volume records a panel discussion from April 2001 about major issues in preservation policy and in public perceptions of national efforts to save the rich and diverse cultural traditions of our nation. The panelists give an overview, historical analysis, and policy implications of cultural preservation.

Author(s): Megan C. McShane
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

This paper provides a close reading of "Flow City," an ecological public art installation by Mierle Laderman Ukeles in the Fresh Kills landsfill site, New York City.

Author(s): Tim Hall and Iain Robertson
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2000

This paper critically reviews claims that public art helps develop senses of identity and senses of place, contributes to civic identy, addresses community needs, etc., and provides theoretical critiques of public art's contributions to urban regeneration.

Author(s): U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, University Partnerships Clearinghouse
Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2000

This issue of COPC Central looks at how the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of University Partnerships, Community Outreach Partnership Centers (COPC) are using arts programming for youth to rehabilitate local communities.

Author(s): Villani, John
Date of Publication: Jul 31, 2000

Across the country, historic structures that once served as thriving parts of the urban fabric have escaped the wrecking ball and found new life serving the needs of the local arts community, revitalizing downtowns, and turning Americas architectural legacies into appreciated assets.