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1 40 TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE University of Ottawa October 9-11, 2014 Creative Nexus Understanding and Strengthening the Relationship Between Cultural Research and Practice 40e CONFÉRENCE ANNUELLE Université d Ottawa octobre 9-11, 2014 La jonction créative Comprendre et renforcer les rapports entre la recherche culturelle et la pratique Our Partners Nos Partenaires En collaboration avec le programme d administration des arts Faculté des arts, Université d Ottawa In collaboration with the Arts Administration programme Arts Faculty, University of Ottawa

2 Conference Main Sites 1) Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS), University of Ottawa, 120 University 2) Ottawa City Hall, City of Ottawa, 110 Laurier Avenue West 3) Tabaret Hall (TBT) room 112, University of Ottawa, 65 Laurier East Sites principaux de la conférence 1) Faculté des Sciences Sociales(FSS), Université d Ottawa, 120 Université 2) Hôtel de ville d Ottawa, Ville d Ottawa, 110 Rue Laurier Ouest 3) Édifice Tabaret (TBT) local 112, Université d Ottawa, 65 Rue Laurier Est 2

3 Thursday October 9 University of Ottawa, Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS), 120 University, 4th floor Jeudi 9 octobre Université d Ottawa, Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS), 120 Université, 4 e étage STP&A 2014 PROGRAMME Registration University of Ottawa, Faculty of Social Sciences building ( 4 th floor) Inscription Université d Ottawa, Faculté des Sciences Sociales ( 4 e étage ) Opening reception, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Social Sciences ( FSS 4007) Réception d ouverture, Université d Ottawa, Faculté des Sciences Sociales ( FSS 4007) Co-Chairs Welcome - Mot de bienvenue des co-présidents Jonathan Paquette, Associate Professor, School of Political Studies Monica Gattinger, Associate Professor, School of Political Studies Chantal Rodier, Professor & Coordinator Arts Administration Programme Sharon Jeannotte, Senior Fellow Centre for Governance Rose Ann Devlin, Vice-Dean Research - Vice-doyenne à la recherche Faculty of Social Sciences Faculté des sciences sociales Nathalie Burlone, Vice-Director - Directrice Adjointe School of Political Studies École d Études Politiques Dine around 3

4 Friday October 10 Ottawa City Hall, City of Ottawa, 110 Laurier Avenue West Vendredi 10 octobre Hôtel de ville d Ottawa, Ville d Ottawa, 110 Rue Laurier Ouest Breakfast & Registration Déjeuner & Inscription (Salle - Jean Piggott - Hall) Welcome Bienvenue (Salle - Andrew Haydon - Hall) Representatives of Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn & Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nations Mr. Steve Desroches, Deputy Mayor, City of Ottawa Ms. Debbie Hill, Manager, Cultural Services, City of Ottawa Keynote Plénière (Salle - Andrew Haydon - Hall) Professor Philip Schlesinger University of Glasgow Friday Morning Sessions I Vendredi Matin Room: Councillor s Lounge The Transformative Role of Major Cultural Events President: Chantal Rodier Room: Honeywell Arts, social inclusion and accessibility President: Cathy Shepertycki Room: Richmond Research and practice. Mobilizing data and experiences: Prospects and limitations 1-1-Guy Laflamme What Makes a World Class Event: Those principles will be applied to Ottawa 2017, in order to make Ottawa the hub of the Sesquicentennial Celebrations. 2-Duncan Low The Marquee Event Tourism Program Canada s Economic Action Plan and the Arts. Room: Festival Room 1 Artists, arts and social practices President: Nicole Zuger Panel 1-Rebecca Keller, Tricia van Eck, Andres Hernandez and Lisa Yun Lee Identity Crisis? Artists, Institutions and Social Practice. Panel 1-Neville K. Vakharia, Julie Hawkins and Andrew Zitcer Arts, Culture and Communications in Underserved Neighbourhoods: Cultivating a Fragile Ecosystem 4 President: Sharon Jeannotte 1-Bronwyn Mauldin American exceptionalism in arts data : Applying the World Cities Culture model in Los Angeles 2-Louise Ejgod Hansen and Hans-Peter Degn Creating relations between research and practice through formative evaluation 3- Hilary Glow, Katya Johanson and Anne Kershaw Measure for measure: the evaluation experiences of arts organizations 4- Linda Essig Arts Incubators as Tools of Public Policy: Outputs, Outcomes and Policy Targets Room: Festival Room 2 Cultural development: Community Arts and Public Spaces President: Devin Beauregard 1- Loretto Beninger: The Compleat Leisure System: The Reflection of Values and the Development of Local Arts in Ottawa 2- Allison O Connor and Caleb Abbott Civic Life and Socially Engaged Art. 3-Christophe Hubert Joncas Les espaces equivoques: notions et perspectives 4- Christopher Schrum Shadow Cities : Differentiation through the construction of place 5- Wilfried Wned-Payandé Sandiwi Le community management à la portée de l artiste pour le développement culturel en Afrique Coffee Break - Pause Café (Salle - Jean Piggott - Hall)

5 Friday October 10 Ottawa City Hall, City of Ottawa, 110 Laurier Avenue West Vendredi 10 octobre Hôtel de ville d Ottawa, Ville d Ottawa, 110 Rue Laurier Ouest Friday Morning Sessions II Vendredi Matin Room: Councillor s Lounge Cultural entrepreneurship President: Caroline Andrew Room: Honeywell Arts and culture: Sectors in transformation President: Nicole Zuger Room: Richmond Research and Practice: Knowledge and Methodological Aspects President: Geneviève Tellier 1- Ji Yeun Lee Research on Arts-based Social Entrepreneurship 2-Santina Hovanessian and Marilena Vecco Human sustainability and entrepreneurship skills in arts management and education. How to combine research and practice? 3-Margaret Wyszomirski Arts-based Entrepreneurship: Capital Resources and Dimensions of Innovation. 4-Javier J Hernandez Collective Entrepreneurship in the Arts: The Case of Cultural Cooperation in Puerto Rico. 1-Amina Yagoubi et Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay Coopération et monde de la mode: L organisation de la réputation. 2--Keith D. Lee Still Born: The Chant Beneath a Whitewashed Canvas 3Cecilia Wang, Cindy Hui-Lio A Personal Perspective of the Heritage of Arts and Cultures in Transformation. 4-Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, Jean-Luis Klein et Juliette Rochman Arts Participation, social inclusion and urban revitalization: The Case of the Mile end in Montreal 1-Christopher Audain Rhetoric Matters: Framing The Cultural Impact Narrative In Arts Advocacy 2-Andréanne Roy Des enquêteurs et des enquêtés : La proximité recherchée par l interactionnisme symbolique et l ethnométhodologie. 3-Sylvie Rouxel, Manola Antonioli, et Marie-Christine Bureau Façon de faire, façon de dire, façon d exister? Room: Festival Room 1 Aesthetics, Politics and Social Theory President: Woong Jo Chang Room: Festival Room 2 Cultural Policy and Post-Colonialism President: Kelly Wilhelm 1- Schalk van Staden The Anthropocosmic reawakening of Aesthetics 2-Marc-Olivier Castagner Cultural Governance and Spherical Immunity: Spatial Dis(Ordering) and the Question of Ethics 3-JiUn, AN & InSul, Kim Comparative Study in the Policy of Creative Space Based on the Aestheticism and Pragmatic Concepts 4-Devin Lefebvre A Historical-Materialist Aesthetics: Adorno s critique of Actionism and the Trap of Reified Thinking. 1- Kevin V. Mulcahy The Coloniality of Colonialism 2-Monica Gattinger 'The Canada Council for the Arts: Post-Colonial Cultural Policy in Canada?' 3-Aurelie Lacassagne Le colonialisme et la politique culturelle en France 4-Jonathan Paquette Positivism, colonialism and cultural policy : Comte, Saint-Simon and Littré Lunch Dîner (Salle - Jean Piggott - Hall) 5

6 Friday October 10 Ottawa City Hall, City of Ottawa, 110 Laurier Avenue West Vendredi 10 octobre Hôtel de ville d Ottawa, Ville d Ottawa, 110 Rue Laurier Ouest Friday Afternoon Sessions I Vendredi Après-Midi Room: Councillor s Lounge Arts and Social Changes President: Patricia Dewey 1-Rebecca Keller - Take this: it s good for you. Community Arts, Public Practice, Social Practice and Conflicting Expectations. 2-Sue Potts The Ingredients for a Revolution The Homebaked Project, Anfield. 3-Christopher M. Schrum. Embracing Cultural Capital: Civic Entrepreneurs Transforming Community. 4- Todd Dellinger Miracle Gone Awry: Czech Arts and the Free Market, 25 Years On 5- Caroline Cantin Europeanization and Heritage Policies in Scotland Room: Honeywell National Cultural Policies President: Debbie Hill 1- Gaëlle Lemasson Québec s 1992 Cultural Policy: Top- Down or Bottom-Up? Or Neither of Them? 2-Ann Galligan Stem to Steam : A Policy Perspective 3-G S Comeau Cultural Policy and Social policy in Canada 4- Lebogang Lance Nawa and Mzo Sirayi Cultural Policy Reviews in South Africa A Critical Appraisal. 5- Nkosikhona Ngcobo Nation Building and Cultural Policy in South Africa Room: Richmond Research and Practice: Knowledge and Methodological Aspects President: Claire McCaughey 1- Constance Devereaux Demystifying the Dangerous Beast: A Narrative Approach to Cultural Policy Research and Practice. 2-Nathalie Burlone Constructing and Reconstructing Policy Issues Through Images 3- Mary A. Blackstone, Ian McWilliams and Sam Hague Understanding the Arts Ecology of Saskatchewan: Putting Artists at the Centre of Cultural Research 4-Larry McGill From Accountability to Ambition: Tools and Methods for Data-Driven Decision-Making in Art and Culture Room: Festival Room 1 Art and exhibition President: Keith D. Lee Panel 1-Keith D. Lee, Mark Cervenka and Jeanine O Grady The Art of the Exhibition: Access and Representation in Museums and Galleries Showcases Room: Festival Room 2 Arts education and music President: Cathy Shepertycki Panel 1- William Johnson, Karen Munnelly, and Jarred Small, Perceptions of Value and Application of Undergraduate Music Degrees in the Workforce Room : Champlain 13 :45-15 :30 - Coalition pour la diversité culturelle - PART I President : Charles Vallerand Special event and panel 15:15 15 :30 Coffee break - Pause Café (Salle - Jean Piggott - Hall) 6

7 Friday October 10 Ottawa City Hall, City of Ottawa, 110 Laurier Avenue West Vendredi 10 octobre Hôtel de ville d Ottawa, Ville d Ottawa, 110 Rue Laurier Ouest 15:30 16:30 Keynote Plénière (Salle - Andrew Haydon - Hall) Simon Brault Director & CEO- Directeur et chef de la direction Canada Council for the Arts Conseil des arts du Canada 16:30 17:45 Friday Afternoon Sessions II Vendredi Après-Midi Room: Councillor s Lounge Room: Honeywell Room: Richmond Business Model and Strategy Leadership and Support Cultural Policy and Labour President: Chantal Rodier 1-Gretchen McIntosh Interorganizational Ties and Contracting Out: A Shift from Capacity Building to Knowledge Concentration in the Performing Arts 2-Ming-Kyung Cha and Sang-Hee Kwon A research on the value chain structure of the performing arts consumers social media usage Focusing on cultural capital expansion 3-Rawon Lee Understanding Interorganizational Integration of Nonprofit Arts Organizations: A Theoretical Framework. 4--Serge Poisson-de-Haro, Alvaro Espejo and Ignasi Marti Cultural entrepreneurship and business model evolution: the case of Santiago a Mil. President: Guy Arcand 1-Christopher M. Schrum Leading as if Life Mattered: Designing Intentionality into Arts Management 2-Angie L. Miller and Amber D. Lambert Who is Founding Arts Organizations? How do They Impact the Community? Some Findings from the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project 3-B. Kathleen Gallagher Sometimes the unthinkable happens: How do national disasters impact the population of arts and culture nonprofits? 4- Andrew Zitcer Supporting each other so much we were colliding. Managing embodied emotion in Philadelphia dance company. President: Jonathan Paquette 1-Simone Wesner - Artist s Voices in Cultural Policy: Career Development of mid-career visual artists in Eastern Germany 2-Javier J. Hernandez Profile of Cultural Employment in Puerto Rico: Differences among Sub-sectors and Labor Market 3-Akhona Ndzuta- Considering An Argument for South African Musicians As Social Entrepreneurs Room: Festival Room 1 Heritage Management President: Todd Dellinger 1-Roch Alfred Gbéhanou Kiki, Alexandre Mascarenhas et Marcel Didier Houenoude La maison du patrimoine et du tourisme de la ville de Porto-Novo et ses politiques locales de mises en valeur du patrimoine. 2-Mathieu Dormaels Gérer un site urbain du patrimoine mondial: le cas du Vieux-Québec 3- Johanne Turbide and Veronica Zuniga-Salas. Les mécanismes et pratiques de gouvernance des organismes cultures : mythes et réalités 4-Chris Gunter Doing Stuff The Untold Tale of EcoMuseums in Canada Room: Festival Room 2 Cultural accessibility President: Caleb Abbott 1- Leslie Vermeer Multi-literacies, critical literacy, and class: An examination of the liberatory potential of reading in the twenty-first century 2-Ashley McAskill Reconfiguring the Disabled Artist : Quebec Disability Theater 3-Patricia Dewey Managing Arts Programs in Healthcare 4- Alexandra Kirsh The Other White Cube: Curating Public and Private Interests in a Hospital. Room : Champlain 16 :30-17 :45 : Coalition pour la diversité culturelle - PART II President : Charles Vallerand Special event and panel 7

8 Friday October 10 Ottawa City Hall, City of Ottawa, 110 Laurier Avenue West Vendredi 10 octobre Hôtel de ville d Ottawa, Ville d Ottawa, 110 Rue Laurier Ouest Year Celebration - Cocktail - Célébration des 40 ans (Salle - Jean Piggott - Hall) Forty years of STP&A The Brigadoons Professor Robert Leighninger STP&A Founder Foundateur de STP&A Arizona State University 19:00 Conference Dinner - Souper de la conférence (Salle - Jean Piggott - Hall) Music Musique : The Jazz Pollcats Artworks Oeuvres d art : City of Ottawa Food Nourriture : Essence Catering 8

9 Saturday October 11 University of Ottawa, Meals: Tabaret Hall (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) Samedi 10 octobre Université d Ottawa, Repas : Édifice Tabaret (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS) Breakfast Déjeuner (University of Ottawa - Tabaret Hall room 112, Université d Ottawa, Édifice Tabaret local 112) Saturday Morning Sessions I Samedi Matin (Faculty of Social Sciences Faculté des sciences sociales) Room Governance and the arts President: Aurélie Lacassagne 1-Serge Poisson-de-Haro and Dagmar Abfalter Live Performances and Business Models of Leading Opera Houses: The Cases of the Metropolitan Operan and Wiener Staatsoper. 2-Jennie Crichlow Trending: Recent Policy Developments in Social Media Platforms and Their Third-Party Management Systems Brea M. Heidelberg The professionalization of State Arts Agency Executive Directors: Professional Identity and Practice Room Audiences and Consumers of South Korean Performing Arts President: Woong Jo Chang 1- Research on the South Korean Performing Arts Industry: Overview and Current Issues by Woong Jo CHANG (Session president) 2-Service Value Network Model for the Musical Industry in South Korea by Hyeog-In Kwon, Hye-Lim LEE, Nu-Ree HA, Soon-Gyu JUNG, Hyun-Su KIM 3-Purchase Intention to View a Performance by Audience Type and Audience Development Strategy by Myoung-Ho HYUN, Da-Eun JEONG, & Soon-Gyu JUNG 4-Threshold Effect of Involvement on the Nexus of Fairness Perception and Purchase Intention for Performing Arts Products with Cover Prices by Hyun Joung JIN, Eun Young YOU, & Ha Na KANG 5- Study on Consumer Satisfaction for ICT-based Performing Arts Information Services in Korea by Seungwan RYU, Dong-Ok OH, & Jung-Woo SEO Room Audiences, community organization and community development President: Ann Galligan 1-Deborah Smith-Shank Community Celeberations: Cultural Codes 2-Garrett Mynatt The Anti-Identity and One-off Festivals. Changing the Perception of Festivals 3-Emiliana S. M. Chae, Eung Kim, and Jai Kim The Publicness of Biennale as the Public Sphere of Art. Room Philanthropy President: Margaret Wyszomirski 1-Lois Foreman-Wernet Good for Business : An Analysis of Corporate Support for the Arts 2-Jonathan D. H. Kitt. African-American individual Philanthropy at Large. Mainstream, Nonprofit Performing Arts Organizations in New York City. 3-Aimee Fullman Philanthropic Investment in International Cultural Engagement: The Blurring Lines Between International Cultural Exchange and Backyard Diplomacy 4-Qurijn Lennert van den Hoogen, Joshua Edelman, and Louise Ejgod Hansen Understanding donor s influence in performing art worlds. Morning sessions I continued next page 9

10 Saturday October 11 University of Ottawa, Meals: Tabaret Hall (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) Samedi 10 octobre Université d Ottawa, Repas : Édifice Tabaret (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS) Saturday Morning Sessions I Samedi Matin (Continued Suite) Room Room Governance Popular Culture and Social Theory President: Kevin V. Mulcahy 1-Charles M. Gray and Thomas Murtha Governance and Architecture in Arts Organizations: A Case Study of the Minnesota Orchestra 2-Francois Lachapelle Les cinq piliers d une organisation culturelle forte en 2014 : où se situent les associations, les enseignants et les politiques 3-Fancesco Chiravalotti and Kees Vuyk Towards the Development of a Theoretical Framework for a Critical Study of the Practice of Performance Evaluation in the Arts and Cultural Sector: A Contribution from Research on Accountability in the Education Sector. Room Museum Management President: Jonathan Paquette 1- Yuha Jung Diversity in Art Museum Public Relations and Fundraising 2-Robin Nelson A Leader Because? Discourses in New Brunswick Cultural Policy 3-Hélène Laurin Music and the discourses of Quebec's museums 4-Keith D. Lee Soul of a City : An Administrative Review of an African American Art Showcaase hosted at the Brooks Museum in Memphis, TN President: Schalk Van Standen 1- Jorge Candelario Gonzalez and Kameron C. Cavazos The Production of Fabulous on Television: An Analysis of Will & Grace s Depiction of Gay Men. 2- Ming-Kyung Cha Study on the Impact of Social Media on the Consumption of Overseas Popular Culture Focusing on Japanese Pop Culture Fans in South Korea 3- Hyojung Cho Sport as a Channel of Identity Promotion: Presentation of Baseball in Museums 4- Gunter, C. & D. Beauregard Distopic Culture: The Portrayal of Policy Decisions in Science Fiction Room Local Cultural Policy, Planning and Development President: Sébastien Pelletier 1-Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller Stakeholder Partnerships and the Cultural City: Creative Economic development Policy in Toronto and New York 2-Huang Song Study on the influences of Cultural Policies on Creative City Development in Shanghai 3-Xianbao Zhou Space, Politics and Local Art. A Case Study of the Metro Space and the Local Cultural Industries Coffee break - Pause Café ( FSS 4007) 10

11 Saturday October 11 University of Ottawa, Meals: Tabaret Hall (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) Samedi 10 octobre Université d Ottawa, Repas : Édifice Tabaret (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS) Saturday Morning Sessions II Samedi Matin Room Arts Education President: Stephen Boyle 1- David S. Guion and G. McIntosh The internship: A model for symbiotic growth and development of students and nonprofit arts organizations. 2-Nathalie Montoya Art Education in US : Pour une histoire des fonctions sociales de l éducation artistique aux États-Unis 3-Roland J. Kushner Campus and Community as Mutually Reinforcing Cultural Spaces. 4-Antonio C. Cuyler Diversity Internships in Arts Management. Do They Work? Room Cultural Policy and Place-making President: Chantal Rodier 1-Fernand Ghislain Ateba Ossende La problématique de la territorialisation des politiques culturelles en Afrique: le cas du Cameroun 2-Thomas Bunting The Effect of Influence Structure on Cultural Facility Project Outcomes 3-Min Kyung Kim Cultural Development and Creative Placemaking in City Cultural Policy: A Review of the literature 4-Wen Guo An Exploration of the Public-Private Partnership of Creative Placemaking Room Cultural Districts President: Sharon Jeannotte 1-Margaret Wyszomirski Expanding the Concept of Cultural Districts: Variety, Evolution and Conglomeratization 2-Ryan Stubbs State Cultural Districts. Metrics and Evaluation. 3-Li Shao Practising Art in the 798 Art District in Beijing, China 4- Jamie Yellen, Nidia Medina, Chistina Teichroew, Kaitlin Bundy and Sacha Wynne Cultural clusters and Neighbourhoods Room Cultural Diplomacy President: Joyce Zemans 1- Carlos Vargas Has time come for soft power? Cultural practices and cultural diplomacy between Portugal and Brazil. 2-Johannes Crückeberg Artist Residencies in Cultural Diplomacy. Guarantor for sustainability of travel agency for artists? Morning - sessions II Matin continued next page suite page suivante 11

12 Saturday October 11 University of Ottawa, Meals: Tabaret Hall (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) Samedi 10 octobre Université d Ottawa, Repas : Édifice Tabaret (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS) Saturday Morning Sessions (II) Saturday Morning Sessions II Samedi Matin (Continued Suite) Room Cultural Mediation President: Jonathan Paquette 1-Kheira Belhadj-Ziane La mediation culturelle, une nouvelle venue dans le champ de l intervention sociale. Le cas de Cultures du cœur en Estrie. 2-Monica Eileen Patterson Children S Rights in Practice: Making Museum Exhibits By and For Children 3-Jean-Marie Lafortune Pistes pour renouveler le processus de transmission culturelle dans les musées et les centres patrimoniaux du Québec. 4- Valeria Geselev How to do things with curatorship: Self-Help Handbook for socially engage curators 5- Maryse Paquin - Typologie des médiations culturelles et registre d actions : diverses logiques, un même combat. Room Tastes and Cultural Practices: Sociological Perspectives President: Monica Gattinger Room Social Theory: Authorship and Censorship and beyond President: Devin Beauregard 1-Dianne Lalonde The Idea of Space and The Thought Police. An Argument for Cultural Appropriation 2-Simon Hogue Penser la résistance artistique à la surveillance mondiale au-delà de l artiste : la productivité autonome de l œuvre. 3-Nhung Walsh Censorship and the development of artist-run space in Vietnam Room Heritage, Museums and Development President: Chris Gunter 1- Yifan Xu Musical taste cultures: Generational and national effects 2- Lynne Conner Replacing Arts Appreciation with Arts Talk 3-José de Souza Muniz Jr. and Lucas Amaral de Oliveira Literature from the Periphery Sao Paolo at the Buenos Aires International Book Fair. 4-Julie Hawkins. Countering Critique: Expressing the Value of the Arts through the Artistic Rebuttal Project 1-Elleonora Kurulenko & Vladimir I. Ionesov "Artefacts of Heritage in Visual Communication and Creative Practice 2-Ndwamato George Mugovhani. From archives and museums to creative musicology: the evolution of South African cultural practices 3-Roch Alfred Amour Kiki, Alexandre Mascarenhas, et Marcel Didier Houenoude Le patrimoine et ses enjeux de développement local 4- Caroline Cantin. The Scottish Cultural Heritage Policies since Devolution: Nation-Building in Progress. 12:30 13:45 Lunch Dîner (Tabaret Hall room 112, Édifice Tabaret local 112) 12

13 Saturday October 11 University of Ottawa, Meals: Tabaret Hall (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) Samedi 10 octobre Université d Ottawa, Repas : Édifice Tabaret (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS) Saturday Afternoon Sessions I Samedi après-midi Room Encounters Panel President: Ann Galligan 1-Rachael Van Fossen, Rio Mitchell, Antonio Bavaro, Emilee Veluz, Kens Mukendi, Junior Padingani, and Farah Fancy - Encounters Room Cultural Industries: Social Dimensions President: Aurélie Lacassagne 1-Amanda Coles We can t be what we can t see: The industrial /cultural citizenship nexus 2- D Beauregard Cultural Industries and Nationalism 3-Sylvie Rouxel Articuler les arts de faire ensemble et questionner la mise en place d un processus de solidarité esthétique Room Art Business Models and Strategies President: Loretto Beininger 1-Emmanuel Coblence, François Normanding and Serge Poisson-de-Haro The Art Leader as a Business Model Innovator? Evidence from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts 2-Bruce Thibodeau and Charles-Clemens Rüling The performativity of Connections, Commitment and Capacity. Stakeholder Influences on Major Strategic Initiatives in Nonprofit Cultural Organizations Room Cultural Diplomacy President: Monica Gattinger 1-Emi Nishimura and Isabelle Zaug Kenya and Angola Pavilions in the 2013 Venice Biennale: Africa Contemporary Art and Cultural Diplomacy in the Olympics of Art 2-Tiffany Lewis Performance and Influence: Olympic Soft Power 3-Vladimir I. Ionesov "Culture in Creative Times: Multicultural Nexus" Afternoon - sessions I Après-midi continued next page suite page suivante 13

14 Saturday October 11 University of Ottawa, Meals: Tabaret Hall (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) Samedi 10 octobre Université d Ottawa, Repas : Édifice Tabaret (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS) Saturday Afternoon Sessions I Samedi après-midi (Continued Suite) Room RESEARCH: Institutional Dimensions President: Claire McCaughey 1-Dea Vidovic and Ana Zuvela Connecting the dots: Approaches to research-practice relationship. The Case of Kultura Nova Foundation 2-Cho Im SIk, Duong Ngo Quyen, Ivan K. Nasution, and Mizah Rahman Paradigm shift in community arts in Singapore and the role of research. 3-Stephen Boyle and Carmen Joham Integrating Multiple Perspectives into event specific research Room 4015 Research and practice President: Leslie Vermeer Panel 1-Yuha Jung, Richard D. Waters, and Rachel Shane Significance and Challenges of Balancing Fundraising Research, Teaching and Practice. Room 4006 Sustainability and cultural development President: Kevin V. Mulcahy 1-M. Sharon Jeannotte and Nancy Duxbury Advancing knowledge through grassroots experiments: Connecting culture and sustainability 2-Glaucia Peres da Silva Culture, development and the World Music 3-James C. Marchant Provincetown: Developing and Revitalizing Small Community with Arts. Room Ethnicity and Cultural Development President: Garett Mynatt Panel 1-Keith D. Lee and Giovanna Lopez Continuing the Conversation: Race and Ethnicity in Community Arts Development Coffee break - Pause Café ( FSS 4007) 14

15 Saturday October 11 University of Ottawa, Meals: Tabaret Hall (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS) Samedi 10 octobre Université d Ottawa, Repas : Édifice Tabaret (TBT 112), Sessions: Faculté des Sciences Sociales (FSS) Saturday Afternoon Sessions II Samedi après-midi ****Open Access Events - Évènements libres à tous **** Room Community event Art for Social Change in Canada President: Loretto Beininger Panel 1- Annalee Yassi, Judith Marcuse, Katherine Boydell, Lisa Doolittle, Lynn Fels, Anne Flynn, Jennifer Spiegel, and Rachael Van Fossen - ASC! Project. Room Art in Bytown President: Roland J Kushner Special local event by Roland J Kushner Room Activité en libre accès Les liens entre les industries culturelles et l économie créative President: Maryse Paquin Christian Poirier, Fernand Harvey, Jason Luckerhoff, Michel de-la-durantaye, Gilles Pronovost, Claude Martin, Gérald Grandmont, Johanne Brunet, Jacques Lemieux, Gaëtan Tremblay Rosaire Garon, Maryse Paquin End of Conference Social Event (room FSS 4007) Social pour la fin de la conférence (local FSS 4007) 15

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