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Thursday, October 12
 

5:00pm CDT

Opening Reception
Please join us as we kick off the 2017 STP&A Conference! Enjoy lite bites, cocktails, and conversation!

The reception will be held in the Doubletree Suites Minneapolis's Lot 57 Restaurant & Bar. 


Thursday October 12, 2017 5:00pm - 7:00pm CDT
Doubletree Suites Minneapolis 1101 LaSalle Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55403

7:30pm CDT

Dine Arounds (Optional)
Sign-up at the reception to dine at one of the wonderful local restaurants in the area with your STP&A colleagues!

Choices include:
  • 4 Bells
  • Butcher & the Boar
  • Dancing Ganesha
  • Mercy
  • Sea Change
  • Seven
  • The News Room

Thursday October 12, 2017 7:30pm - 9:00pm CDT
Various
 
Friday, October 13
 

8:00am CDT

Registration & Continental Breakfast
Check in, grab a muffin, and chat with your colleagues before the conference sessions get started! 

Friday October 13, 2017 8:00am - 8:30am CDT
Opus Hall, Atrium 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

8:30am CDT

Welcome & Opening Plenary: Waves of Disruption
How the culture of place and people coming to it has disrupted the status quo, brought new ideas, and unleashed creativity.

Speakers
Artists
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Mohamed Samatar

Mohamed Samatar is a cultural maker, community organizer, performance and multimedia artist from Minneapolis. Samatar has been pursuing the field of creative curation, production, and performance art since 2009.
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Mona Smith

Allies: media/art
Mona Smith, Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota, multimedia artist, educator. She is trying to figure out how to navigate in this new world. She stands with Standing Rock. She goes to too many meetings and is trying to get back to doing some art.
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Steve Thao

Executive Director, Center for Hmong Arts and Talent
Steve Yee Thao is the executive director of the Center for Hmong Arts and Talents. He has a passion for film, music, and literature and loves working in the community. He has produced documentaries about the great California drought, environmental issues, and many other issues that... Read More →
avatar for Tia-Simone Gardner

Tia-Simone Gardner

Tia-Simone Gardner is an artist, educator, and Black feminist scholar. She has participated as Studio Fellow in the Whitney Independent Study Program, and held artists residencies at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York; IASPIS in Stockholm; and the Frank Mohr Institute... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 8:30am - 10:00am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 201 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:00am CDT

Networking & Refreshment Break
Friday October 13, 2017 10:00am - 10:15am CDT
Opus Hall, Atrium 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:15am CDT

Craftivism: Activist Art in the 21st Century
Craftivism – the use of craft in social activism - is enjoying a resurgence. In this panel, we examine the roots of craftivism and discuss how craftivism responds to 21st century social and political conditions.

Speakers
avatar for Ellen Rosewall

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 →


Friday October 13, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 301 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:15am CDT

Museum Issues & Policy
Presenting Indian Wars: Preservation and Interpretation of the 1868 Washita Massacre
Presenter: Hyojung Cho
This presentation is to study the U.S. federal government’s understanding of the Indian War sites through the analysis of interpretation at the Washita Battlefield National HistoricSite to reveal the dual approaches toward Indian heritage conservation and the persistent tendency of limited understanding for American history in the larger social and political arenas.

Policy despite disruption: Museum policy assemblages in changes political contexts
Presenter: Robin Nelson
The research asks how actors assemble and enact the museum policy they experience as they interact with multiple levels of evolving governments with distinct policy objectives and directions.

How Does Installation Work Challenge the History of the Exhibition Space and Challenge Tradition in the Museum Space?
Presenter: DaEun Back
The purpose of this study is to demonstrate a correlation between installation art and space. To find out how installation art interacts in the space to inspire viewers and vice versa.

Moderators
avatar for Mel Gray

Mel Gray

Professor Emeritus, University of St. Thomas

Speakers

Friday October 13, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 322 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:15am CDT

Political Environment & Cultural Policy
Defunding Federal Cultural Policy
Presenter: Kevin Mulcahy
This discussion of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) begins with clarifications to contextualize the NEA as a cultural agency of American government. The resurgence of political debate over the NEA, reflects its scheduled abolition by the Trump administration.

Linking Program Evaluation and Arts Advocacy
Presenter: Julie Goodman Hawkins
This paper explores how findings from recent, scientifically rigorous, research evaluating arts programs can affect case-making strategies for arts advocacy.

The Dutch Art Protests of 2011: Between Radicalism and Innovativeness
Presenter: Laurens Ham
What strategies should artists develop in responding to conservative or populist reorganizations of cultural policy? This paper discusses this question by focusing on large-scale Dutch art protests in 2011.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Laurens Ham

Laurens Ham

Assistant Professor, Utrecht University
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Julie Goodman Hawkins

Assistant Professor, Drexel University
Julie Goodman Hawkins joined Drexel University as an Assistant Professor of Arts Administration in the fall of 2011, and became the graduate program’s director in July 2012. She previously served as Executive Vice President for the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, where for... Read More →
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Kevin V. Mulcahy

Professor, Louisiana State University


Friday October 13, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

11:15am CDT

Networking & Refreshment Break
Friday October 13, 2017 11:15am - 11:30am CDT
Opus Hall, Atrium 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

11:30am CDT

The Changing Landscape for the Arts: Creating New Knowledge, Embracing Entrepreneurial Mindsets and Affirming New Roles for Artists in the 21st Century

Emerging artists in the 21st century invent their own careers and shape their own destinies. The possibilities of how to be an artist are rich and varied. There are artists in scientific labs and scientists in residence in arts schools. The act of making art seems never to have had more currency in society than it does now, in the 21st century. By celebrating the creation of new knowledge in the arts, entrepreneurial thinking and the exploration of new roles for contemporary artists, we encounter a world of almost limitless opportunities. At the same time, attributes inherent in the world of the arts, such as creativity. imagination and originality are today celebrated in all sectors of society.



Speakers
avatar for Stephen Miles

Stephen Miles

Director, New Music New College
I'm a composer and theorist, and have directed New Music New College for 20 years. I'm interested how musical performance shapes social and psychological experience. In my research, I draw on the work of Habermas, Bourdieu, Ranciere, and Winnicott.
avatar for Nancy J. Uscher

Nancy J. Uscher

Dean, College of Fine Arts at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nancy J. Uscher, Ph.D.
Nancy J. Uscher, Ph.D., A.R.C.M., who was recently appointed Dean, College of Fine Arts at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), was president of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle from 2011-2016. Before that she was provost of California Institute of the Arts and co-acting... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 301 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

11:30am CDT

Arts & Local Politics
Playing to Win: Arts and Cultural Organization Engagement during the Super Bowl 
Presenters: Tiffany Bourgeois and Jerome Socolof
This investigation examines arts and cultural organization engagement with the Super Bowl as opportunities to promote the values of the host city.

Creating policy: What opportunities do artists see in local politics?  
Presenters: B. Kathleen Gallagher and Matthew P. Ehlman
Creative placemaking integrates the arts into policy development. Gallagher, Ehlman, and Hernandez (2017) found few artists in geographically remote areas belong to civic associations. This paper asks, “What opportunities do artists see in local politics?”  

Unique Funding Sources “The Validity of Florida’s Cultural Endowment Program”
Presenter: Ivory Lucas
Funding is a key to the nonprofit sector’s sustainability and overall existence. Through the creation of cultural policies, governmental bodies have established unique methods for funding the arts. This paper serves as an overview of Florida's Cultural Endowment Program and the validity of the program. 



Moderators
avatar for Rachel Shane

Rachel Shane

Chair, Department of Arts Administration, University of Kentucky

Speakers
avatar for B. Kathleen Gallagher, Southern Methodist University, Assistant Professor

B. Kathleen Gallagher, Southern Methodist University, Assistant Professor

B. Kathleen Gallagher is an assistant professor in the division of Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship at Southern Methodist University.  She teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses in cultural policy and arts management.  Dr. Gallagher’s work advances understanding... Read More →
avatar for Jerome Socolof

Jerome Socolof

Assistant Professor of Arts and Humanities, University of Houston-Downtown
Jerome holds a bachelor of music degree in music business from the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam; a master of arts in arts policy and administration, and a doctor of philosophy in art education with a concentration in cultural policy and administration, both from The Ohio... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 202 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

11:30am CDT

Audience Development Issues
Audience Development via Arts Engagement: The Case of "Paranara," an Original Korean Play
Presenter: WoongJo Chang
This case study is conducted to examine the artistic, financial, and community benefits of entrepreneurial practices of a small theatre focusing on the concept of“arts engagement.”

Participation: Who's Rules?
Presenter: Danielle Brock
This paper questions the art world’s reception of socially engaged art and how it has characterized them in a manner that pays far less attention to the communities of co-creators and far more attention to the role of artists, curator, critics, and art viewers. What are the effects of viewing socially engaged art through this lens? How has the debate around socially engaged art ensnared the practice within hegemonic systems of power and exploitation, preventing it from unleashing the latent power of communities and directing it toward social justice?

Factors Influencing Opera House Programmatic and Ticketing Structure
Presenter: Brooke N. Brehm
This research is being conducted to see which programmatic structure, either a traditional season or a rotating/festival structure, may be more cost efficient for an opera house, based on demographic factors.

Moderators
avatar for Anthony Rhine

Anthony Rhine

Florida State University

Speakers

Friday October 13, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 322 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

11:30am CDT

Cultural Policy & Market Structures
Values in Crowdfunding
Presenter: Quirijn Lennert van den Hoogen
The paper presents the outcomes of empirical research on the values driving crowdfunding in the Netherlands, assessing the extent to which this type of funding differs from public arts funding.

“Stuck in the Middle”: Satisfying the Divergent Legitimacy Demands of Data Sharing Policy
Presenter: Christian Butterworth
This paper examines how UK Arts Managers identify and deal with the challenges of satisfying opposing legitimacy demands of the multiple actors they are accountable to when adopting a newly mandated Data Sharing Policy.

A "Window of Opportunity" for Quebec's Cultural Policy. Part One: Agenda-Setting
Presenter: Mariana Castellanos
After 25 years of the creation of Quebec’s first cultural policy, its renewal was announced in 2016. Faced with this transformation, what are the reasons that spark a “window of opportunity” for its modification?

Moderators
avatar for Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor

Associate Professor of Arts Management, American University
Andrew Taylor thinks (a bit too much) about organizational structure, strategy, and management practice in the nonprofit arts. An Associate Professor of Arts Management at American University, he also consults for cultural, educational, and support organizations throughout North America... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Christian Butterworth

Christian Butterworth

Senior Policy Advisor/ PhD Candidate, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (UK Government) / University of Lancaster
avatar for Mariana Castellanos

Mariana Castellanos

Ph.D. Student, École nationale d'administration publique
Mariana Castellanos, Mexican of origin and in love with Quebec. She is a Ph.D. student at ENAP, graduated with a master's degree in cultural business management, a master's degree in museology and a bachelor's degree in Latin American literature. She has worked at the gallery of the... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

12:30pm CDT

Lunch
Friday October 13, 2017 12:30pm - 1:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 201 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:45pm CDT

Sustaining Career and Professionalization in the Creative Sector
This panel is to discuss a variety of dimensions and approaches of professionalization of occupations in the creative sector.


Friday October 13, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 202 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:45pm CDT

Arts Management Issues
Narcissism, Empathy and Cultural Leadership
Presenter: David Edelman and Jennifer Green-Flint
An examination of collective narcissism in the current body politic and its implications for the training of future arts and culture leaders.

Global Leadership in Arts Management: Assessing the Prescribed and the Practiced
Presenters: Kate Keeney and Yuha Jung
The arts will continue to be an important medium through which to understand and communicate across difference. Yet, the question of cultural fluency as an expectation of nonprofit arts professionals largely remains. Through a content analysis of job ad data, this research explores global leadership as an expectation of senior-level arts leaders.

Workforce Planning for Arts Managers: The Special Case of Small and Mid-sized Organizations
Presenter: Brea M. Heidelberg
Small and mid-sized nonprofit arts organizations are unique in that workforce planning looks different in those contexts. This presentation will name and discuss the special workforce planning circumstances faced by small and mid-sized nonprofit arts organizations and how to address them.




Moderators
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Julie Goodman Hawkins

Assistant Professor, Drexel University
Julie Goodman Hawkins joined Drexel University as an Assistant Professor of Arts Administration in the fall of 2011, and became the graduate program’s director in July 2012. She previously served as Executive Vice President for the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, where for... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for David Edelman

David Edelman

Professor and Director of Performing Arts Leadership and Management , Shenandoah University
David Edelman is Professor of Arts Management and Director of the Performing Arts Leadership and Management Program at Shenandoah Conservatory. He is the founder and co-editor of The American Journal of Arts Management. Prior to joining the Conservatory faculty, he was Executive Director... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Green-Flint

Jennifer Green-Flint

Director, Shenandoah University
Dr. Jennifer Green-Flint is Director of the Shenandoah University Arts Academy, Assistant Dean of the Conservatory, and an adjunct professor in the Performing Arts Leadership and Management Program at Shenandoah Conservatory. She holds a doctorate in organizational theory and management... Read More →
avatar for Yuha Jung, University of Kentucky, Associate Professor

Yuha Jung, University of Kentucky, Associate Professor

Dr. Yuha Jung is an associate professor and director of graduate studies of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. She also is an associate editor for the journal Museum Management and Curatorship and a board member for the Association of Arts Administration Educators... Read More →
avatar for Kate Keeney, College of Charleston, Assistant Professor

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.


Friday October 13, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:45pm CDT

Social Inclusion
Creative Disruption by the Arts: When a Community Artist Plays in Business
Presentation: Lisa Philip-Harbutt
This presentation tells the story of a community artist whois using combinatory play in the form of art-making workshops, as a way to disrupt mindsets limiting workers abilities to tackle complex issues.

Measuring Racial Equity: A Cross-Case Study of Three Washington Artist-Serving Organizations
Presenter: Jhenn Whalen
In 2012, three Seattle service organizations noted an obvious absence of artists of Color in their grant applications. Beginning with focus groups and surveys with POC in the community, the organizations forged a single partnership (ArtistsUp) and developed an experimental grant application that still informs their work today. Five years later, these organizations have diverged onto separate paths but still continue with racial equity as a beacon for how programs, communication, and ongoing research is informed. This paper will give a brief overview of their history, trends amongst the collaboration, and questions each organization is still grappling with.

Palpable Cities: Leisure in the Contemporary Urban Geographies
Presenter: Agustín Arosteguy
This paper discusses the role of cities as scenarios where it is increasingly evident the economic, social, political, cultural, leisure, educational and also geographical inequality.

Moderators
avatar for Jill Schinberg

Jill Schinberg

Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky
Jill Schinberg is an Assistant Professor of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. She started her professional career at Hancher Auditorium at the University of Iowa and has subsequently held positions with Bay Area music promoter Another Planet Entertainment, Festival... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jhenn Whalen

Jhenn Whalen

Volunteer, En Train Air
Hi, there - I'm a first-generation high school and higher ed graduate. I've been volunteering in various arts and culture events for 15 years and I love helping create meaningful and memorable experiences. Artists and teachers are my favorite people - let me know what I can do for... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 301 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:45pm CDT

The Politics of Policy
The Politics of Heritage: Diasporas and the Production of Cultural Policies
Presenter: Jonathan Paquette
This paper documents the production of cultural policy and pays attention to the diaspora's contribution to policy development. In particular, this paper focuses on Asia.

Revitalizing Urban Allure through Creative City Strategies: Planning, Power & Policy in NYC’s Bloomberg Decade

Presenter: Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller
This paper utilizes data from 21 semi-structured interviews with key policymakers, nonprofit leaders, developers, and philanthropists together with archival and historical materials to analyze the ways that creative city strategies were utilized in New York City’s revitalization in the 2000s.Discussions of field building, agenda setting, urban allure, and the return to the city center ground the analysis.

Comparing Overall Tourism Rates and Arts and Cultural Tourism Recovery after 9/11
Presenter: Alex Hinand
The researcher compared overseas arrivals into the United States from 2000-2015 to the overall symphony, art museum, and nonprofit theatre attendance during the to see if cultural tourism followed the same trends as overall tourism post-9/11.

Oops! We Did It Again? A Review of Artspace’s Calling All Artists 2011 Survey Development and Implementation
Presenter: Keith D. Lee
This paper focuses on planning and implementation of the initial survey that determined the location for an Artspacehousing unit in Downtown Memphis and highlights several planning conflicts in arts research due to the consistent omission of ethnic demographics in planning, implementation, and execution.


Moderators
avatar for Patricia Dewey Lambert

Patricia Dewey Lambert

Patricia Lambert is Associate Professor and Director of the University of Oregon’s Arts and Administration Program, as well as Director of the program’s affiliated research center, the Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy. Her main research areas include comparative cultural... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller

Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller

Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University
Dr. Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller (PhD, The New School; MBA, SUNY Binghamton; BFA, University of Michigan) specializes in creative economic development, cultural policy, arts entrepreneurship, and nonprofit management. She examines the ways that cities use arts and culture in planning... Read More →
avatar for Alex Hinand

Alex Hinand

Ensemble Operations Coordinator, Roosevelt University
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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 →


Friday October 13, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 322 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

2:45pm CDT

Networking & Refreshment Break
Friday October 13, 2017 2:45pm - 3:00pm CDT
Opus Hall, Atrium 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

3:00pm CDT

Arts & Disruption
Disruption: A Look at the Past and Future of Theaters
Presenter: Michael Wilkerson
Theaters built during the boom of the 1920's were intended for live vaudeville performances, but soon became movie palaces. A century later, as the arts move beyond proscenium stages, new models and ideas must appear.

Toward the Future of Philanthropy: The Memphis Music Initiative Model of Disruptive Philanthropy
Presenters: Charisse Burden-Stelly and Elizabeth Burden 
This paper will describe philanthropic redlining and disruptive philanthropy, and discuss how the Memphis Music Initiative challenges the former through the practice of the latter.

Arts as a Change Agent: Enabling Positive Social Change through Implementation of the Prosci Change Management Methodology
Presenter: Julia Grissett
The researcher studied arts organization’s historical responses to change and the need for proactive management practices. The researcher suggests implementation of Prosci, a change management methodology that facilitates individuals’ involvement, knowledge, and support of change.

Moderators
avatar for Julie Voelker-Morris

Julie Voelker-Morris

Senior Instructor II/Career Services Director Faculty Fellow, Common Reading, University of Oregon
internships and applied learning in public service as well as private industry settings, professional and career development, preparing students for leading and engaging in culturally agile workplaces, art & popular culture, arts and culture in parks and recreation, large-scale theatrical... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Burden

Elizabeth Burden

CEO/CCO, ParticipationINK
Artistic practice as a way of knowing. Disruptive philanthropy in the arts.


Friday October 13, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

3:00pm CDT

Cultural Policy Analysis
Art Organizations on the Verge of a New Era - A Case Study of Changes in Funding and Leadership in Three State-Subsidized Orchestras and Art Museums in Helsinki
Presenter: Hanna Ojamo
The research uses critical social theory (sociology) and discourse analysis to study changes in cultural policy, leadership and funding of the Nordic welfare state for orchestras and art museums in Finland in 2016-2019. The reform is led by the Coalition government.

A Study for Understanding Urban Cultural Policy Strategies: Challenging the limitation of Multiple Streams Model
Presenter: YeunKyung Choo
The study finds Kingdon’s Multiple Streams model did not work for today’s more complex sociopolitical and economic circumstances that require a policy that considers and addresses all potential eventualities in a longer implementation period.

The Arts and Aging Policymaking: Building Capacity for Creative Aging
Presenter: Nakyung Rhee
This study discusses the role the arts play in aging society and the actions need be taken to capture the attention of policymakers in the arts and aging field, using the concept of creative aging.


Moderators
KV

Kevin V. Mulcahy

Professor, Louisiana State University

Speakers
avatar for Hanna Ojamo

Hanna Ojamo

Doctoral Researcher, Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki
Hanna Ojamo (b.1978 in Helsinki) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, UniArts Helsinki in 2003 and from the Sibelius Academy, UniArts Helsinki in 2013. She holds a Master of Music in Arts Management and a Master of Fine Arts degree. Her Master's thesis dealt with the economic... Read More →
avatar for Nakyung Rhee

Nakyung Rhee

Researcher
PhD in Arts Administration, Education and Policy


Friday October 13, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 301 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

3:00pm CDT

Cultural Development
Cultural Vitality and Vacuums in the "Donut" City: A case study of Houston
Presenter: Divya Janardhan
An exploratory study of arts organizations’ agglomeration patterns in Houston’s neighborhoods (within and outside the I-610 loop). Insights are gained from field observations, conversations with arts administrators and educators, and MuseumStat to pinpoint locational information.

An Lanntair: The Case for an Arts Center in a Remote Location in Stornoway, Scotland
Presenter: James C. Marchant
A case study and history of a multi-discipline art center in Stornoway, Scotland.

Festivals and Cities: Positive Effects and Factors of Beneficial Festivals
Presenter: Boyie Kim
In what ways can cities benefit from cultural festivals and what are the factors of achieving beneficial festivals? This study examines factors that help festivals to become more beneficial events in the U.S. cultural context.

Benefits of Fashion Shows at the Landmarks of Cities
Presenter: Joosun Yum
Holding a fashion show at the landmarks of cities creates a synergy effect to both cities and brands: popularity and financial support for the landmark, and a good image and new runway for the brand.


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

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 →

Speakers
avatar for Divya Janardhan

Divya Janardhan

Doctoral Student, Graduate Teaching Associate, The Ohio State University
avatar for James C. Marchant

James C. Marchant

Director of Arts Administration, University of New Orleans
avatar for Joosun Yum

Joosun Yum

Graduate Schol Student, Hongik University
Joosun Yum was born in Seoul in 1992 and is currently a graduate school student at Hongik University in Seoul. At Hongik University, she is a Cultural and Art management major and has also been a Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant in the Management Department. In 2014, she... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 322 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

6:00pm CDT

Conference Dinner
Please join us for 2017 STP&A Conference Dinner at the Walker Arts Center. Dinner will be held in the beautiful Skyline Room. 

Dinner Menu
Poached Pear Salad
Caprese Salad

Tuscan Herb Marinated Beef Tenderloin
Roasted Sweet Pumpkin and Ricotta Ravioli

Pesto Spiked Whipped Potatoes
Sauteed Seasonal Vegetables

Chocolate Raspberry Torte

Coffee and water included with dinner. Cash bar available. 

Artists
avatar for Marcus Young

Marcus Young

behavioral artist
Marcus Young (USA) 楊墨 makes participatory work at the intersection of art, spirit, and social movement, challenging current paradigms of who is an artist, how to live mindfully, and what is social action. He is founder of Don’t You Feel It Too?—an ongoing street dance... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm CDT
Walker Arts Center, Skyline Room 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, MN 55403
 
Saturday, October 14
 

8:30am CDT

Continental Breakfast
Saturday October 14, 2017 8:30am - 9:00am CDT
Opus Hall, Atrium 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

9:00am CDT

Arts Entrepreneurship meets Social Entrepreneurship in the Classroom and the Community
This panel will stimulate discourse among artists, academics, and professionals interested in what it means to be entrepreneurial. Scholars and field professionals discuss the bridge between arts and social entrepreneurship in the classroom and beyond.

Speakers
avatar for Jill Schinberg

Jill Schinberg

Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky
Jill Schinberg is an Assistant Professor of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. She started her professional career at Hancher Auditorium at the University of Iowa and has subsequently held positions with Bay Area music promoter Another Planet Entertainment, Festival... Read More →
avatar for Armen Shaomian

Armen Shaomian

Associate Professor, University of South Carolina
Armen Shaomian, DMA, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sport and Entertainment Management at the University of South Carolina, where he combines his artistic talents and business savvy of his performing arts management background to develop and teach courses in live entertainment... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 202 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

9:00am CDT

Cultural Entrepreneurship
Bricolage in the Arts: The Case of a Jazz House Concert Organization
Presenter: WoongJo Chang
This is a case study of a local Jazz house concert organization. It examines how entrepreneurial arts leaders function in defying various resource constraints by exploring the concept of “bricolage.”

The Activist Museum: 45 Years of Community Transformation

Presenter: Ximena Varela
This paper examines the Cost Rican Museum of PopularCulture’s food safety and food security programs, as the culmination of over four decades of evolving museological thinking and action in Latin America.

Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurs in Financial Crises:  Sailing Against the Tide?
Presenter: Elizabetta Lazzaro
How idiosyncrasies of cultural and creative entrepreneurs make them particularly resilient in periods of crises, notwithstanding support policies.

Micro-presses and Political Economy: Publishing Resilience

Presenter: Leslie Vermeer 
From a political economy perspective, this presentation examines an emerging generation of writers, designers, and micro-publishers creating hyper-local publications in Edmonton, the capital city of Alberta and home of the tarsands.

Moderators
avatar for David Edelman

David Edelman

Professor and Director of Performing Arts Leadership and Management , Shenandoah University
David Edelman is Professor of Arts Management and Director of the Performing Arts Leadership and Management Program at Shenandoah Conservatory. He is the founder and co-editor of The American Journal of Arts Management. Prior to joining the Conservatory faculty, he was Executive Director... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for WoongJo Chang

WoongJo Chang

Hongik University
avatar for Elisabetta Lazzaro

Elisabetta Lazzaro

Professor of Creative Economy, HKU University of the Arts Utrecht
My publications and research focus on economics, management and policy analysis and design of the arts, culture and creative industries, including: smart valorisation, innovation and growth in and through the CCI; cultural and creative entrepreneurship, sustainable business models... Read More →
avatar for Ximena Varela

Ximena Varela

President, Association of Arts Administration Educators, Director, Arts Management Program at American University
Ximena Varela is a researcher, educator, and consultant with more than 25 years of experience in arts management curricular design (both on campus and online), museum management, international cultural policy, management practice, marketing strategy, arts management research, and... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

9:00am CDT

Social Inclusion & Cultural Production
Socially Engaged Interconnected Networks of Cultural Arts Fostering Allyships with Refugees in Northern Colorado
Presenters: Julie Slivka and Kevin Slivka
This qualitative research study traces sites of cultural production that signify refugee presence in Northern Colorado and reframes refugee research participants as an emergent, interconnected, and elective community fostered through the arts.

Increasing Social Inclusion through Connecting Arts and Crafts in Rotterdam
Presenter: Jeannette Nijkamp
Freehouse initiated various projects in which artists and designers realized creative production in cooperation with deprived neighborhood residents. We investigate the contribution of these artists and designers to the social inclusion of the residents.

Migration and the Arts: the Chinese and Hong Kongese Migrant Artists in Canada
Presenter: Sebastien Pelletier
Migrations require a number of important adaptations to a new society. Access to the professional world may prove to be challenging in absence of contextual and tacit knowledge, and with limited social capital. This paper discusses the adaptation strategies of Chinese and Hong Kongese migrant workers in Canada and focuses on migrants who enter the art world.


Moderators
Speakers
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Jeannette Nijkamp

Researcher / research lecturer, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
avatar for Kevin Slivka

Kevin Slivka

Director Art Education / Associate Professor, SUNY New Paltz


Saturday October 14, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 322 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:00am CDT

Networking & Refreshment Break
Saturday October 14, 2017 10:00am - 10:15am CDT
Opus Hall, Atrium 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:15am CDT

Social Justice Education and Training in Arts Administration
Diversity and inclusion are severely lacking in the arts and cultural sector. This panel will share ways in which arts administration educators center social justice in educational training programs for arts and cultural sector leaders.

Speakers
avatar for Antonio C. Cuyler

Antonio C. Cuyler

Associate Professor of Arts Administration & Coordinator of the MA Program, Florida State University (FSU)
avatar for Yuha Jung, University of Kentucky, Associate Professor

Yuha Jung, University of Kentucky, Associate Professor

Dr. Yuha Jung is an associate professor and director of graduate studies of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. She also is an associate editor for the journal Museum Management and Curatorship and a board member for the Association of Arts Administration Educators... Read More →
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Leonie Hodkevitch, University of Vienna

Director, Co-founder, Clearly Culture, University of Vienna, European Union
Mag. Phil. Leonie Hodkevitch, born in Sofia, raised in Vienna, graduated in Ethnology, as well as Spanish and French Philology at the University of Vienna. She is an author, cultural producer and lecturer for Cultural Management at numerous European and U.S. universities. Co-founder... Read More →
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Julie Voelker-Morris

Senior Instructor II/Career Services Director Faculty Fellow, Common Reading, University of Oregon
internships and applied learning in public service as well as private industry settings, professional and career development, preparing students for leading and engaging in culturally agile workplaces, art & popular culture, arts and culture in parks and recreation, large-scale theatrical... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 202 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:15am CDT

Aesthetics
The Role of the Symphony Orchestra in the Creation of a Sustainable Cultural Ecology
Presenter: Arne Herman
In this paper, I reconsider some preconditions for a sustainable connection between the symphony orchestra (as an advocate of cultural values) and the developing social context in which it appears.

Aesthetics and the Firm: Integrating the Inner Life of the Arts Enterprise
Presenter: Andrew Taylor
This paper introduces a framework for observing, understanding, and developing collective enterprise in the arts. Building on frameworks by Schumacher and Wilber, the paper seeks to widen the instrumental/objective view of the arts firm.

From Consumption to Community: The Power of the Primary in the Social Value of Music
Presenter: Stephen Miles
Communities based on participatory, experimental musical practices offer resistance to a culture dominated by consumerism. Examples are drawn from the author’s work, plus those of Cornelius Cardew, Pauline Oliveros and the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians.

When the World Fails: Aesthetics and Activism in Bolivar Square
Presenter: Juliana Steiner
Can art yield political transformation? By interrogating the use of aesthetics, politics and public space as an arena of civic participation, the activities in Bolivar Square after the peace process referendum was defeated are analyzed.

Moderators
Speakers
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Stephen Miles

Director, New Music New College
I'm a composer and theorist, and have directed New Music New College for 20 years. I'm interested how musical performance shapes social and psychological experience. In my research, I draw on the work of Habermas, Bourdieu, Ranciere, and Winnicott.
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Andrew Taylor

Associate Professor of Arts Management, American University
Andrew Taylor thinks (a bit too much) about organizational structure, strategy, and management practice in the nonprofit arts. An Associate Professor of Arts Management at American University, he also consults for cultural, educational, and support organizations throughout North America... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 10:15am - 11:45am CDT
Opus Hall, Room 301 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

10:15am CDT

Arts Learning
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.

Moderators
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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 →

Speakers
avatar for Kate Keeney, College of Charleston, Assistant Professor

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.
avatar for Anthony Rhine

Anthony Rhine

Florida State University


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

10:15am CDT

Cultural Planning
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?

Moderators
avatar for James C. Marchant

James C. Marchant

Director of Arts Administration, University of New Orleans

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

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 →
KD

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

11:45am CDT

Lunch
Saturday October 14, 2017 11:45am - 12:15pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 201 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

12:15pm CDT

Plenary: Shifting Role of the Arts: Artist Perspective
Moderators
LZ

Laura Zabel

Executive Director, Springboard for the Arts (Minneapolis)

Artists
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Crystal Brinkman

Crystal Brinkman is the Executive Director of Kulture Klub Collaborative, a nonprofit arts organization in Minneapolis, MN.  KKC engages art and artistic practice to provide enriching multidisciplinary opportunities for youth experiencing homelessness and artists to grow individually... Read More →
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Guante

Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre is an MC, two-time National Poetry Slam champion, activist, and educator based in Minneapolis. His work explores the relationships between identity, power, and resistance, and has been featured on Upworthy, Welcome to Night Vale, Everyday Feminism, the... Read More →
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Meena Natarajan

Executive and Literary Director (and Radical Equity Catalyst on the USDAC Cabinet), Pangea World Theater
Meena Natarajan is a playwright and director and the Executive and Literary Director of Pangea World Theater, a progressive, international ensemble space that creates at the intersection of art, equity, and social justice. She has led the theater’s growth since it’s founding in... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 12:15pm - 1:15pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 201 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:30pm CDT

Presenting the Arts as a Multi-purpose Tool of International Cultural Relations
This panel presents four presentations concerned with various approaches and activities involving presenting the arts internationally from the vantage point of countries ranging from the United States, Scotland/UK, South Africa, and Germany.

Speakers
avatar for Patricia Dewey Lambert

Patricia Dewey Lambert

Patricia Lambert is Associate Professor and Director of the University of Oregon’s Arts and Administration Program, as well as Director of the program’s affiliated research center, the Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy. Her main research areas include comparative cultural... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 202 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:30pm CDT

Arts & Cultural Participation
Universal Design Principles and Accessibility in Theatre: Discussion of the Role of Creators and Potential Tools
Presenter: Elena SV Flys
Creators need to be committed to and involved in designing accessible theatre; understanding and applying universal design principles can be a useful strategy. 

Embracing Multidisciplinary Engagement: How Campus Museums in the U.S. Can Bolster Their Relevancy in an Increasingly Competitive Academic Funding Climate
Presenter: Kayla Martin
Using qualitative case study methodology, this paper proposes effective strategies that campus museums in theU.S. can adopt to remain relevant and educational resources in the current academic funding climate.

Resolving the Rural-Urban Funding Divide
Presenter: Heidi Jeub
Rural artists and arts communities are challenged to meet the urban expectations of aesthetics and capacity, leaving the rural marginalized with a significant funding gap. IsArts funding models part of the problem?

Local-Global Conversation in International Arts Festivals: Partnership, Programming, Participants, and Places
Presenter: Yifan Xu
Based on analysis of Shanghai and San FranciscoInternational Arts Festivals, this study is intended to provide a preliminary overview and conceptualization of international arts festivals from four aspects: partnerships, programming, participants and places.


Moderators
avatar for WoongJo Chang

WoongJo Chang

Hongik University

Speakers
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Heidi Jeub

Visual Artist
I am a visual artist who lives and works in greater Minnesota. My work includes abstract painting, book binding, and public art sculpture while also teaching across the state of Minnesota, as a COMPAS rostered artist. My research focuses on rural communities, and making the arts... Read More →
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Kayla Martin

Kayla Martin graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in 2017 with her Master’s in Arts and Cultural Leadership and graduate minor in Museum Studies. She has worked with a variety of arts nonprofits, including the American Swedish Institute, the Museum of Russian Art... Read More →
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Yifan Xu

Graduate Student, Ohio State University
I like music, dance and writing! Even though I am not an extrovert, oftentimes being a listener, I do like to live in Airbnbs and Hostels wherever I travel, so that I can meet new faces and learn more about their life, stories and local stuff. Talk to me about arts, festivals and... Read More →


Saturday October 14, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:30pm CDT

Cultural Practices
Minnesota Anishinaabe Stoneworks Sustaining Cultural Knowledge as Resistance Narratives
Presenter: Kevin Slivka
Duane Goodwin’s [Anishinaabe] stonework, “Sacred Dish” created during St. Paul College’s International CarvingSymposium sustains Indigenous traditional cultural knowledge and generates resistance narratives to the predominant Euro-American worldviews. Correspondences to new materialisms are also discussed.

Fences as Sonic Bridges: Musical Activism at the U.S.-Mexico Border
Presenter: Sabine Feisst
Prompted by increased US-Mexico border fortification, Richard Lerman, Glenn Weyant and other musical activists have highlighted the borderland’s rich and fragile natural sounds and cross-cultural music practices, performing on border fences to build sonic bridges.

Videogame as Enactment of Cultural Resilience: A Concept Explication based on "Never Alone"
Presenter: Susan Clotelter
Cultural resilience is a hot topic in disaster studies but remains underdefined. This paper explores cultural resilience as a restorative performance and process, rather than commodity. Then it asks: Can a videogame qualify?

Engendering the Ungendering of Compassion
Presenter: Desiree Bradford Scarambone
In the Middle Ages compassion was a gendered performance, a result of meditation on the Passion. Contemporary Passion settings are calling for compassion from and for those of all genders.

Moderators
Speakers
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Susan Clotfelter

Colorado State University
Susan Clotfelter is a doctoral candidate at Colorado State University. She studies media, resilience and well-being, and she has taught journalism and technical writing at CSU for six years. Before starting her doctoral studies, Susan worked at The Denver Post for 15 years in a wide... Read More →
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Sabine Feisst

Professor of Music, Arizona State University
Dr Sabine Feisst is Professor of Musicology and Senior Sustainability Scholar at Arizona State University’s School of Music and Global Institute of Sustainability. Focusing on twentieth and twenty-first century music studies, she published the monographs Der Begriff ‘Improvisation... Read More →
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Kevin Slivka

Director Art Education / Associate Professor, SUNY New Paltz


Saturday October 14, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 322 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

1:30pm CDT

Issues in Arts Administration
Re-Envisioning Fundraising Practice and Training in Higher Arts Administration Education and the Field
Presenter: Yuha Jung
The presentation explores effective fundraising strategies to expand understanding of successful fundraising for higher education programs and arts nonprofits. The strategies can also enhance teaching future arts administrators in effective and sustainable fundraising.

'Cultural Intelligence', Working Life and Gender Equality Policy in the Australian Screen Industry: A Case Study
Presenter: Sheree Gregory
Women are critically underrepresented in screen directing careers. Drawing on a case study of gender equality policy and interviews with screen directors and stakeholders, this paper addresses this problem by reworking a Cultural Intelligence approach.


The Impact of Early Arts Exposure on the Demographic Diversity of Arts Managers

Presenter: Antonio C. Cuyler
This paper resumes an investigation of a finding in Cuyler (2007) by asking, "does early exposure to arts education have an impact on diversity in the U. S. arts management workforce?"

Research and Practice of Financial Management in Arts and Cultural Organizations
Presenter: Juyeon Song
I present the need of research on financial management to provide a practical framework for nonprofit arts and cultural organizations through reviewing the existing literature and current practice of financial management in Arts Administration.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Antonio C. Cuyler

Antonio C. Cuyler

Associate Professor of Arts Administration & Coordinator of the MA Program, Florida State University (FSU)
avatar for Yuha Jung, University of Kentucky, Associate Professor

Yuha Jung, University of Kentucky, Associate Professor

Dr. Yuha Jung is an associate professor and director of graduate studies of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. She also is an associate editor for the journal Museum Management and Curatorship and a board member for the Association of Arts Administration Educators... Read More →
avatar for Juyeon Song

Juyeon Song

Ph.D. Candidate in Arts Administration, Florida State University


Saturday October 14, 2017 1:30pm - 2:45pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 301 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

2:45pm CDT

Wrap Up & STPA 2018 Announcement
Saturday October 14, 2017 2:45pm - 3:00pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 201 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

3:30pm CDT

STPA Board Meeting (board members only)
Speakers
avatar for WoongJo Chang

WoongJo Chang

Hongik University
avatar for Patricia Dewey Lambert

Patricia Dewey Lambert

Patricia Lambert is Associate Professor and Director of the University of Oregon’s Arts and Administration Program, as well as Director of the program’s affiliated research center, the Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy. Her main research areas include comparative cultural... Read More →
KV

Kevin V. Mulcahy

Professor, Louisiana State University

Hosts
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Rachel Shane

Chair, Department of Arts Administration, University of Kentucky

Saturday October 14, 2017 3:30pm - 5:00pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 201 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403