On April 28, 2014, the Cultural Research Network held a “virtual Pecha Kucha” session. Five presenters offered 20 slides each, at 20 seconds per slide, all with the added excitement and unpredictability of video conferencing. Brave souls.
You can find each presentation below. Or browse all of them through the CRN’s Vimeo Channel.
Thanks to all of our presenters for diving into this grand experiment. And thanks also for all who attended to learn and contribute to the conversation.
William Penrose, Research Center for Arts and Culture
“Quick Overview of Research on Artists”
Bonnie Nichols, National Endowment for the Arts
“Keeping My Day Job: Identifying U.S Workers Who Have Dual Careers as Artists”
Kristin Thomson, Future of Music Coalition
“Health Insurance and Artists”
Nick Rabkin, reMaking Culture
“Teaching Artists: A Century of Tradition and a Commitment to Change”
Jean Cook, Future of Music Coalition
“US Musicians Revenue Streams”