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Saturday, October 12 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Policy Formation

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Policy Formulation in Pre-Window of Opportunity: A Case of Creative Aging
Presenter: Nakyung Rhee
This study reviews and diagnoses the development of creative aging as a policy agenda, discussing the pre-existing conditions and the missing elements in the process of policy making.

Sustainability of Symphony Orchestras as an Instrument of Cultural Policy
Presenter: Julia Atkins
This paper evaluates how scholars have studied symphony orchestras as an instrument of cultural policy.

Leveraging Multiple Policy Influences at International Arts Festivals: Lessons from European Capital of Culture and Edinburgh International Festival
Presenter: Yifan Xu
The European Capitals of Culture model and Edinburgh International Festival model are developed, to inform how international arts festivals in non-western contexts accommodate the changing policy environment with mixed program portfolios and management strategies.

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Nakyung Rhee

PhD in Arts Administration, Education and Policy
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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 →
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Julia Atkins

PhD Student Arts Administration & Graduate Teaching Assistant, Florida State University
Julia Atkins is currently a PhD Student in Arts Administration at Florida State University. Julia has professional experience in orchestra management, arts marketing, and music education, as well as performing experience as a clarinetist. She received her Bachelor of Music Degree... Read More →

Saturday October 12, 2019 3:45pm - 5:00pm CDT
UNO Performing Arts Center, Room 316

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