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Cultural Planning

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Just Planning: Can the Marriage of Urban Planning and Cultural Planning Bring Greater Equity in Community Development?
Presenter: Tom Borrup
An exploration of the evolution of cultural planning in theU.S. asks whether a "cultural lens" can provide an "ethical corrective" to land use planning focusing too much on land uses, not on users.

The Unfashionable Cultural Worker? Considering the Demography and Practice of Artists in Greater Western Sydney
Presenter: Deborah Stevenson
The ‘unfashionable cultural worker’ is older, female, educated, and not particularly mobile. They fall outside both community arts and creative industries-informed frameworks, making it necessary to rethink many of the assumptions underpinning urban cultural policy.

The Fourth Renaissance: An Analysis of Arts Policy and Administration in Memphis from 2008 to Now
Presenter: Keith D. Lee
This presentation represents the fourth and fifth chapters in Arts On the Verge (AOV), a long-term environmental scan of arts development and administrative practices in Memphis, TN. The Fourth Renaissance combines the closing chapters of research presented at prior STPAconferences that included: Memphis Creative Culture inTransition (2013), Grassroots and Arts Funding in Memphis (2013), Continuing the Conversations (AAAE2014), and Career Odyssey: Writing Myself into Arts Administration (2016).

Revitalizing a Forgotten Corner of Seattle
Presenter: Dee Smolar
Recovering from the recession, Lake City is known for auto dealers, breweries and pot shops. Can Lake City establish arts programs and activate arts spaces to revitalize and create a more vibrant community?

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James C. Marchant

Director of Arts Administration, University of New Orleans

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Tom Borrup, University of Minnesota, Director of Graduate Studies, Arts and Cultural Leadership

Tom serves as Director of Graduate Studies for the University of Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Leadership and teaches Cultural Planning for Drexel University. Through Creative Community Builders he consults with cities, foundations, and nonprofits integrating arts and culture with... Read More →

Keith D. Lee

Nonprofit and Arts Management Consultant, Independent Artist, Researcher, and Consultant
Keith D. Lee, M.A., M.F.A., Ph.D., consults with public, private, and nonprofit agencies in the design of management infrastructures and projects to support community development and the arts. Dr. Lee earned a Ph.D. in Arts Administration, Education, and Policy from The Ohio State... Read More →

Saturday October 14, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403