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Friday, October 11 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Arts & Politics

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What History to Some is Memory to Others: On the Art Museum, Habit of Failing to Consultant Public Art Placements
Presenter: Jen Budney
The paper examines three cases of art museums failing to consult local indigenous communities in the placement of public art, the fallout from these events and some solutions.


No Laughing Matter: Political Cartoonists Take on the #MeToo Movement
Presenters: Leigh Hersey, Claire Vidrine
Political cartoons have been able to help interpret the situation of the #MeToo movement. Bringing to readers clarity, levity, calling out the hypocrisy of society and abusers, while also lauding the bravery of survivors.


Organizational Innovation and Van Gogh's Yellow House: The Search for Resources from Impressionism to Modernism
Presenter: Gordon Shockley
New art-related, organizational forms coincide with the search for resources from the late nineteenth through the early twentieth centuries. As state patronage is withdrawn, avant-garde artists search for new community.

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Jen Budney

Professional Research Associate, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan
Prior to obtaining my Ph.D. in Public Policy, I worked for 20 years in the visual arts as a museum curator, arts writer, and program officer at the Canada Council for the Arts. Today, I teach and research policy and governance issues related to non-profit organizations, co-operatives... Read More →


Friday October 11, 2019 10:00am - 11:15am CDT
UNO Performing Arts Center, Room 317