Recent Submissions

  • CultureWork ; Vol. 22, No. 2 

    SV Flys, Elena; Fletcher, Tina; Eckberg, Jon; Blake, Amanda B. (Center for Community Arts & Cultural Policy, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2018-05)
    This final issue is a fitting tribute to the beginning of CultureWork. The first article published by founding editor, Doug Blandy, explored website accessibility to users with disabilities. This double issue of CultureWork ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 22, No. 01 

    Guerriero, Maria; Jarvis, Kelly; Vaughn, Deborah (Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2018-03)
    This issue features collaborators from the Connecting Students to the World of Work (WoW) grant program implemented by the Oregon Arts Commission (OAC). Collaborators included a member of the OAC staff, a contracted ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 21, No. 04 

    Lim, Benny; Brady Nelson, Meaghan (Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2017-12)
    This late autumn issue of CultureWork explores ways in which communities enact arts and culture festivals to meet local needs, solve problems, or address health and well-being. Whether processing the outcomes of a political ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 21, No. 03 

    Cuyler, Antonio C. (Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2017-06)
    In this issue, Antonio C. Cuyler, Assistant Professor of Arts Administration at Florida State University, invites us to join and contribute to the ongoing journey of examining and researching diversity, equity, and inclusion ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 4 

    Fohl, Patrick S.; Wolfram, Gernot (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016)
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 3 

    Voelker-Morris, Julie L.; Voelker-Morris, Robert J., 1969- (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016)
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 02 

    Friedenwald-Fishman, Eric; Fraher, David (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016-04)
    We are pleased to introduce you to the Building Public Will for Arts & Culture Initiative, soon to be known as “Creating Connection.” The initiative is centered on everyday ways in which value and recognition are placed ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 01 

    Katz, Anne (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016-01)
    Advocates lead, champion, and proselytize causes or policies for the public good. We consider them the spokespeople and guides upholding the fight on behalf of others, including ourselves. But what if we flip that notion? ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 04 

    Leonard, Kim; Worcel, Sonia (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-10)
    Creating a holistic and broad ranging educational agenda in an era of sparse allocations of educational programming and school budgets is much on the minds of arts and culture sector workers. Indeed, calls for more science ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 03 

    Flood, Bill (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-08)
    Seventeen years ago, Bill Flood, community cultural development facilitator, consultant, and organizer, wrote a CultureWork article defining community cultural development and how it was understood and practiced at the ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 02 

    Mathie, Kim (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-06)
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 01 

    Moreland, Kimberly S. (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-04)
    Oregon has long acknowledged, portrayed, archived, and celebrated its pioneer heritage. Settlers and explorers of Western European descent have been the focus of most mainstream pioneer narratives. Deeper within state ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 18, No. 03 

    Loewenthal, Tamara (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2014-07)
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 18, No. 03 

    Holladay, LuAnne (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2014-07)
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 18, No. 04 

    Susholtz, Lynn; Ryan, Leslie (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2014-10)
    The Fall 2014 issue of CultureWork: A Periodic Broadside for Arts & Culture Workers focuses on the active engagement of citizen artists committed to a specific neighborhood in San Diego, California. How does one grow an ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 18, No. 02 

    Galligan, Ann M. (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2014-04)
    This quarter’s article focuses on recent policies, initiatives, and partnerships to develop “STEM to STEAM” movements, in which the initial focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) moves toward the ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 18, No. 01 

    Garfinkel, Molly (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2014-01)
    This issue features background and future plans for a nomination of the South Bronx’s Casita Rincón Criollo as a Traditional Cultural Property on the National Registry of Historic Places. Within historic preservation ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 17, No. 03 

    Barrett, Savannah (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2013-10)
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 17, No. 03 

    Armstrong, Jennifer; Menchaca, Mitch (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2013-10)
    Nearly fifty years ago, Robert E. Gard, Wisconsin community arts pioneer, challenged Americans to ensure our arts were for everyone, in every part of the country. The past two to three decades have seen great strides in ...
  • CultureWork ; Vol. 17, No. 02 

    Yang, Nan (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2013-04)
    Almost three years have passed since the Central Art District (CAD) concept in Songzhuang, China was shown to the public. There are many questions left unanswered. For example: how is the development progressing? Is the ...

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