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Now Recruiting Ph.D. Fellows
The Center for Cultural Affairs has established a fellowship program that recruits students specifically interested in cultural affairs research through the Ph.D. Public Affairs program at the O’Neill School. Fellows are supported by the CCA throughout their coursework and dissertation stage.

Read more about the fellowship here.

Cultural Research Network
CCA Partners with the Cultural Research Network
This summer, the CCA formed a new partnership with the Cultural Research Network, an open resource-sharing community of practice for anyone involved in arts- and culture-related research. The CRN has a worldwide network of practitioners, policy-makers and scholars, and a regular program of Virtual Study Groups on policy areas of interest, including, most recently, how governments in different countries adopted varying strategies to support the arts through the COVID-19 crisis (a session co-hosted by Michael Rushton). This partnership further expands the CCA’s reach in terms of research and discussion, and co-presented study groups and seminars will feature in the coming year.

Casey Rich Katie Blodgett Zhanxiang (Ashley) Zhang
Meet Our People
Our students are essential to the work we do at the CCA. We extend our appreciation to graduate students, Michael Weigel, Kaisee Riddell, and Casey Rich, who worked at the CCA this past year supporting various initiatives.

Casey Rich will be returning this fall as a graduate assistant. Casey is in his last semester of the dual Arts Administration and Public Affairs degree program at O’Neill-Bloomington. Joining us this year is Katie Blodgett, a first year public affairs graduate student at O’Neill-IUPUI, who will work to support the research activities of the Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Lab, and Zhanxiang (Ashley) Zhang, a first year arts administration graduate student at O’Neill-Bloomington, who will help facilitate our new partnership with the Cultural Research Network.

The CCA also expresses its appreciation to Jane Chu for her service as an advisory board member from 2019-2020.
Recent Publications
Shiri M Breznitz & Douglas S Noonan
"Crowdfunding in a not-so-flat world"
Journal of Economic Geography

Erwin Dekker, Andrej Srakar, & Michael Rushton (Editors)
"Cultural Economics & the Creative Economy"

Jamie Levine Daniel & Mirae S Kim
"Creative Placemaking: Building Partnerships to Create Change"
Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs

Michael Rushton
"Artist's rights"
In Handbook of Cultural Economics, Third Edition

Michael Rushton
"Pricing the Arts"
In Handbook of Cultural Economics, Third Edition

Joanna Woronkowicz
"The Embedded Artist Worker: Shifting Perspectives on Artists in the Labor Force"
Embedded Artists, Zurich University of Arts

Joanna Woronkowicz, Aparna Soni, Seth Freedman, & Kosali Simon
"How have recent health insurance expansions affected coverage among artist occupations in the USA?"
Journal of Cultural Economics
Upcoming Events
Speaker Series
Samuel Cameron
October 21 | 12:00pm
Workshop in Cultural Affairs
Jonathan Paquette
September 23 | 12:00pm

Doug Noonan
October 7 | 12:00pm

Joanna Woronkowicz
November 4 | 12:00pm

Susan Dumais
November 18 | 12:00pm
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