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Measuring the Arts: Research Agendas and a System Map of How Art Works
     

Measuring the Arts: Research Agendas and a System Map of How Art Works

by Katie C. O'Connell, David E. Myrick (Editor)
 

This book examines the National Endowment for the Arts'(NEA) five-year agenda for research and provides a conceptual frame for planning and assessing research priorities so that the NEA can improve its ability to meet a core goal: to promote knowledge and understanding about the contributions of the arts. Concurrent with that process, the agency embarked on a

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This book examines the National Endowment for the Arts'(NEA) five-year agenda for research and provides a conceptual frame for planning and assessing research priorities so that the NEA can improve its ability to meet a core goal: to promote knowledge and understanding about the contributions of the arts. Concurrent with that process, the agency embarked on a series of in-depth dialogues, through interviews, webinars, and workshops, with leading thinkers in a variety of fields and sectors not exclusive to the arts. The goal of those consultations was to establish a feasible, testable, hypothesis for understanding how art works in American life. The result of the NEA's deliberations and expert consultations was a system map and measurement model that can guide the NEA's annual milestone development process as part of its five-year research agenda.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781626182691
Publisher:
Nova Science Pub Inc
Publication date:
07/05/2013
Series:
Fine Arts, Music and Literature
Pages:
140

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