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High-Impact Practices and Arts Education: Can They Predict Educational, Career, and Community Engagement Outcomes?
Presenter: Angie L. Miller
Using undergraduate-level data from the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project, this study explores whether working with community artists and creation of portfolios are discipline-specific high-impact practices based on connections to educational and career outcomes.

Twenty-first Century Arts Experiences in Youth and Associated Adult Outcomes
Presenter: Anthony Rhine
This study explored the relationships between arts education, arts exposure, and arts engagement as a youth and participation in the arts as an adult.

Reinforcing Effective Program Design and Planning: Reflections on an Arts-based Service-Learning Project
Presenter: Kate Keeney
This research shows how a service-learning project was employed to extend the use of traditional program planning techniques in the nonprofit arts field. Additionally, the study provides “lessons-learned” for equivalent experiential learning settings that bridge academic settings and practice.

Compassion Fatigue: Narrative Study of Art Teachers Instructing a Trauma Curriculum
Presenter: Audrey Reeves
This study serves as an opening for others to enter into the dialogue on art teacher compassion fatigue and the effect of traumatized students on art teachers’ empathy.

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Ellen Rosewall

University of Wisconsin–Green Bay
Ellen Rosewall is Professor and Chair of Arts Management and the author of three books: Arts Management: Uniting Arts and Audiences in the 21st Century (Oxford, 2013), Arts and Cultural Management: Critical and Seminal Sources (Bloomsbury, 2017) and Sparkle Island: Stories of Love... Read More →

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Kate Keeney, College of Charleston, Assistant Professor

Dr. Kate Keeney is an Assistant Professor of Arts Management at the College of Charleston. Her research interests bridge arts management and public policy and management scholarship with a specific focus on arts policy, organizations, and nonprofit management.
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Anthony Rhine

Florida State University

Saturday October 14, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 322 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

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