City of Providence Department of Art, Culture + Tourism

Xinru Li
Xinru Li
Xinru Li
Xinru Li
Xinru Li
Zinab Eisa
Zinab Eisa

Cultural Plan Lit Review:
1) Added all the remaining articles in the first part of the list to the spreadsheet
2) Categorized them/filled out info
3) Skimmed them to come up with what kind of resource they are
TOTAL: completed above for 18 articles

City's urban agriculture + sustainability policies/ ordinances
Just Transition video
article on musems - cultural tourism
FYI - SF Arts Commission Adopts Racial Equity Policy
Minneapolis Music History Report - EXAMPLE
climate change in ri video
createquity sunset materials
resource: art + health + elders
good reads on cultural planning - boston
idea for cultural plan: residencies as a means of planning?
De Blasio, With ‘Cultural Plan,’ Proposes Linking Money to Diversity - -
11th Street Bridge Park
Equitable Development Plan
Interesting article on decline of public space-- ideas for neighborhood parks program?
Nea definition of creative placemaking
Racial Equity Toolkit
review cultural plans from benchmark cities
Emergent Strategy takeaways
cross sector / philanthropy and justice

Gave 3.00 hours on 03/09/2019 with BrownEngage
Zinab Eisa

Cultural 2020 _ Lit Review _ working database
Cultural 2020 _ Lit Review _ working database

Phase 2: Art Sector Analysis and Planning
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AMS Planning and Research Corporation
Phase 2: Art Sector Analysis and Planning
This report summarizes and deconstructs the strategoes and methodoliges the AC+T department has undertaken thus far to further its 6 goals. It concludes that though the department has done much work in implementing and accomplishing these goals to start, it still has much work to sustain this work as it builds its city's creative sector. It incorporates the economics, and fiscal components of the city's art sector with relation to participation, demographics and market composition. The report also delves deeper into the philanthropic trends in art and culture, culture vitality models and case studies (in other cities), as well as connections to those studies.

Gave 1.50 hours on 03/03/2019 with BrownEngage, The Swearer Center