CALL FOR PAPERS
1st Annual Ringling Cultural Policy Symposium
The Prospects of Privatization/The Cultural Market and Cultural Darwinism
Ringling Museum and Policy Center
February 13 - February 16, 2003
Conference themes: performing arts & festivals, state & local arts agencies, museums and visual arts, k-12 schooling, university art programs, foundations.
Papers on all arts & cultural policy approaches are welcome including audience development, privatization, aesthetics, management, institutional goals, school curriculum, arts porogramming. Contributions from social scientists are also welcome if they focus on policies focused on marketing and the arts, audience development, consumption of cultural products/aesthetics, funding, equity and access, or education.
PROPOSALS, SUBMISSIONS, DEADLINES: Those wishing to present a paper at the conference must submit an abstract of 150-250 words, along with completed proposal form. Deadline for submission for abstracts is OCTOBER 31, 2002. Abstracts must include: policy objective or questions; methodology and theoretical perspectives; mainfindings or conclusions. For complete information and proposal form, contact Charles Dorn, Arts Administration Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4480. 850-644-2158, fax 850-644-5067, email@example.com