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The University of Oregon Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy (CCACP) sustains and strengthens arts, culture and heritage in the American West through research, policy, education, and community engagement. In its main objective to foster civic engagement and cultural resource development in the American West, CCACP will, through research and education, support policymakers and cultural sector professionals to: Cultivate public participation in the arts; Foster creative activities; Preserve cultural heritage; Develop sustainable community cultural development. Institute faculty, students, and affiliate members will conduct and disseminate policy-relevant research, and create and provide professional development opportunities to address the needs of current and future leaders in a broadly defined cultural sector.
The Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy's 2011-2012 Annual Bulletin and Student Research Journal are now online! Click here to view the Annual Bulletin, and here to view the Student Research Journal.
The 2012 UNESCO Symposium hosted by the Center for Community Arts and Cultural Policy is approaching! See the event page for more information on this event. Additionally, as the time draws near, more information will be added to the event page.
If you weren't able to attend Dr. Connie Spreen's public lecture at the Broadway Commerce Center, please feel free to watch the speech:
If you weren't able to attend Bill Rauch and Paul Nicholson's public lecture at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art's Ford Lecture Hall, please watch and enjoy: