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Friday, October 11 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Power Relationships & Inequities in the Arts

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Modes of network governance affect dynamics between cultural and non-cultural actors in cultural district development: A study of two cases in Cleveland, Ohio
Presenter: Min Kyung Kim
This study identifies how modes of network governance affected power dynamics between the organizations leading cultural district development. It examines two different cultural districts in Cleveland, Ohio, employing the qualitative case study methodology.


The Relationship between City of Houston Funding for the Arts and Local Arts Organizations: Theory and Empirical Evidence
Presenter: Divya Janardhan
The case of Houston's urban arts funding dichotomy created by earmarked funds for legacy organizations versus other organizations. The research examines policy, theoretical, and empirical aspects (including DataArts data) in a unique urban setting.


Private Actors, Public Funders: The Heritage Minutes as Propaganda
Presenter: Robin Nelson and Christopher Gunter
The Heritage Minutes are over 90 videos depicting people and events from Canada's history. The proposed paper considers the extent to which the Minutes function as government propaganda, promoting a particular conception of Canadian identity. 

Moderators
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WoongJo Chang

Hongik University

Speakers
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Divya Janardhan

Urban cultural policy, Earmarked funding, Organizational performance


Friday October 11, 2019 11:30am - 12:45pm CDT
UNO Performing Arts Center, Room 317

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