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2013

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Arts Extension Service: the first 40 years

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing the history of the University of Massachusetts Arts Extension Service. Panel includes Dee Boyle-Clapp, Director, Arts Extension Service and Rebecca Blunk, Executive Director, New England Foundation for the Arts.

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2014

Dreher, Melanie Creagan

How drug policy can affect drug research

Jamaica - The keynote of the Special Collections and University Archives' Drug Policy Archive Symposium. Dreher describes her work in Jamaica studying the cultural use and medical effects of marijuana in Rastafarian communities as well as Dreher's difficulties conducting academic research on marijuana and marijuana usage.

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2016 Apr. 8

Documenting punk At the library: collecting punk

United States - A panel of speakers discuss their experiences documenting and participating in the riot grrrl/punk scene in the 1990s. Discussion includes: efforts of the Fales Library at New York University to document the 1970s/1980s downtown New York art scene and the riot grrrl scene of the early 1990s. Part of the 2016 Special Collections and University Archives eleventh Annual Co... more

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2016 Apr. 8

Documenting punk Our book could be your life: historicizing punk

California, Southern - MacLeod discusses his book "Kids of the Black Hole" about the Southern California punk scene in the late 1970s/early 80s and his personal involvement in it. Fournier discusses his personal experiences in the punk scene and his book on the Minutemen, "Double Nickels on the Dime".Part of the 2016 Special Collections and University Archives eleventh Annual Colloquium on Social Change.

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2013

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Public participation in the arts

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing public participation and engagement with the arts. Moderator: Sunil Iyengar, Director of Research and Analysis, NEA and panelists: Howard Herring, President and CEO, New Work Symphony; Ximena Varela, Associate Professor, American University; and James Chung, President, Reach Advisors.

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2016 Apr. 8

Documenting punk The rest is propaganda: hearing, writing & performing punk

United States - Coley discusses his experiences as a writer in the punk scene in the 1970s and 1980s. Lunch discusses her evolution as a spoken word and no wave performer in New York in the 1970s and 1980s. Part of the 2016 Special Collections and University Archives eleventh Annual Colloquium on Social Change.

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2013

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National Arts Policy Archives and Library

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing the launch of the National Arts Policy Archives and Library. Panel includes Maren Brown, Principal, Maren Brown Associates; Rob Cox, Head, Special Collections and University Archives; Patrice Walker Powell, Deputy Chair for Programs and Partnerships, NEA; Robert L. Lynch, President and CEO of Americans for the Arts; and Alex Aldrich, Ve... more

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2013

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Public art and design

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing public art and design. Moderator: Jason Schupbach, Director of Design, NEA and panelists: Susan Chin, Executive Director, Design Trust for Public Space; Richard Andrews, Director, Turrell Foundation; and Pam Korza, Co-Director, Animating Democracy.

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2013

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Arts Extension Service: 40 years of impacting the arts

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing the impact of the University of Massachusetts Arts Extension Service on the arts community. Moderator: Barbara Schaffer Bacon and panelists Stan Rosenberg, Robert L. Lynch, Shirley Sneve and Craig Dreeszen.

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2013

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Jazz and the NEA

A panel during the Arts Policy on the Ground symposium discussing the NEA's support for jazz. Moderator: Wayne Brown. Director of Music and Opera, NEA and panelists: Dr. Willie Hill, Director, UMass Fine Arts Center; Bob Blumenthal, Author and Grammy Award-Winning Jazz Critic, Boston Globe; and Tia Fuller, Saxophonist, Composer, and Educator. Includes a short, improvised performance by Tia Fuller.

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