Professors Patricia Dewey (Arts and Administration), Esther Hagenlocher (Architecture), Kate Mondloch (Art History), and Kevin Nute (Architecture) will receive SRAs this summer.
Frances Bronet, Dean, and Rich Linton, Vice President for Research, are pleased to announce that three A&AA faculty members have been selected for the 2008 Research Innovation Award.
The Arts and Administration Program is proud to announce that five graduate students will be attending the Nathan Cummings Foundation Community Arts Convening at the Maryland Institute College of Art, March 15-18. Attendees include AAD Faculty Dr. Lori Hager, and graduate students, Katie Schumm, Elizabeth Bostwick, Kim Johnson, Maria Torres, and Elizabeth Lamb.
The convening brings together scholars, practitioners, and students to “advance the field of community arts.” Attendees wrote papers which have been posted on the conference website, http://www.mica.edu/communityartsconvening/ , and which will form the basis of facilitated discussion. Liz Lerman will be the key note “speaker.”
The following papers were selected through a peer review process:
- Katie Schumm, (Graduate Student), “Developing a Model to Describe Community-Based Youth Arts Camps in Lane County, OR”
- Elizabeth Bostwick, (Graduate Student), “Going Green with Public Art: Considering Environmental Standards in Public Art Policies”
- Lori Hager, (Faculty), “Reform or Enrichment: Policy Mandates and Program Goals in Community Youth Arts.