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Presidents Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, November 2013, USA
The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities has published an interim report on its signature initiative, Turnaround Arts. Authored by an evaluation team from Booz Allen Hamilton and the Urban Education Institute at the University of Chicago, the report examines progress indicators for Turnaround Arts schools in their first year.
Download presentations including: Multiple Scenarios of Culture: Dilemmas in the Inclusion and Exclusion of Symbolic Representations; Technologies for creative expression and Culture and context: the Maori experience; Honouring our past to develop our future.
The World Culture Forum (WCF) was the first in a series of international forums to take place in the region with the aim of creating a permanent space to challenge established thinking and identify solutions for embedding culture as part of sustainable development. The forum follows hot on the heels of the UN’s Creative Economy report, which outlines the extent that cultural and creative industries boost the global economy.
VicHealth supports participation in the arts and access to arts activities to promote health and wellbeing. This website is a showcase for the projects in which VicHealth has invested, associated events being delivered across the state, and the research, resources and tools which VicHealth has developed to assist more organisations to create health through the arts.
This report uses data and case studies to identify and highlight key Victorian stakeholders, artists and arts organisations engaging in cultural exchange activities with artists and arts organisations in the Asian region.
Report: Paul Owens et al., World cities culture report, World Cities Culture Forum, 14 November 2013
Commissioned by the Mayor of London in partnership the other cities signed up to the World Cities Culture Forum, this report contains information and data on 22 cities, encompassing formal cultural activity, such as museums, galleries and concert halls, and informal activity such as outdoors arts and festivals, and bars and restaurants.
Paper: Shanene Ditton, Griffith University, July 2013, Whose Place, Sustaining Cultural Conversations
This paper presents an analysis of placemaking on the Gold Coast, providing insights from cultural practitioners, industry leaders, cultural workers, the community-at-large and in particular the emergence of a cultural voice that is developing via artist-run spaces involving joint collaborations between the academy and the community.