On Tuesday, January 31, 2017, seven members of the Cultural Research Network who received CultureLab Fellowships from Alan Brown/WolfBrown presented overviews of their collections as an informal webinar. These collections are groupings of researching literature in the CultureLab Library–a free online resource for students, researchers, and managers–each under a unifying concept. The Fellowships were supported by a grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation to build the library as a resource for the field.
The CultureLab Fellows and their collections include:
Brea Heidelberg: Emerging Arts Leaders Programs
Laura Elayne Miller: Alternative Modes of Cultural Production – The Contemporary Practices of Artist-Run Platforms and Small-Scale Arts Organizations
Lynn Osgood: Civic Engagement and the Arts
Rachel Engh: Creative Placemaking
Tracy Hudak: Creative Economy
Diedre Thomas: Funding Equity in the Arts
Julie Judson: Millennials in Philanthropy
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