Conference Schedule

All sessions will be held at the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at 1315 E 10th St, Bloomington, IN 47405 unless otherwise noted. 

Please enter the O'Neill School via the front 10th Street Entrance to receive your name badge at check-in. Check-in will be open 8am - 4pm daily. Click here for a helpful map identifying rooms used for conference panels and activities.

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30 June 2023 (Friday)

Breakfast & Check-In

O’Neill First Floor Commons, 10th Street Entrance - Check-In
O’Neill Second Floor Atrium - Breakfast

Please enter the O'Neill School via the front 10th Street Entrance to receive your name badge at check-in. Check-in will be open 8am - 4pm daily. 
Parallel 5 

Session 5A: Special Session on How Three Countries are Using Arts and Cultural Research to Advance Population Health Outcomes - O'Neill Room A225

Session 5B: Creative Cities and Places - O'Neill Room A205

Session 5C: Cultural Participation - O'Neill Room A221

Session 5D: Creative Economy II - O'Neill Room A201

Session 5E: Digitization and Innovation II - O'Neill Room A335

Session 5F: Culture and Development - O'Neill Room A223

Coffee, tea, & conversation - O'Neill Second Floor Lounge

Parallel 6 

Special Session: Artists and Arts Organizations as Urban and Neighborhood Developers - O'Neill Room A203
Presenter: Ann Markusen, University of Minnesota

Session 6A: Craft - O'Neill Room A201

Session 6B: Events - O'Neill Room A205

Session 6C: Visual Arts - O'Neill Room A221

Session 6D: Film Industry - O'Neill Room A223

Session 6E: Artists and Distributions - O'Neill Room A225

Session 6F: Heritage II - O'Neill Room A335

Presidential Address: Trine Bille, Professor of Cultural Economics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

"The value of cultural goods - State of the art in cultural economics and future research prospects" 

Chair: Luis César Herrero-Prieto, University of Valladolid, Spain

Location: Hodge Hall 1006

Lunch - O'Neill Second Floor Lounge

Plenary panel: Frontiers of creativity

David Galenson, Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, USA
Academic Director, Center for Creativity Economics at the Universidad del Cema, Argentina

Kathryn Graddy, Dean of the Brandeis International Business School, Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Professor of Economics, Brandeis University, USA

Bruce SeamanAssociate Professor Emeritus, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University, USA3

Chair: Doug Noonan, Center for Cultural Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA

Location: Hodge Hall 1006

General Assembly

Location: Hodge Hall 1006

Closing Remarks

Location: Hodge Hall 1006


Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center Tour
(optional - Friday Field Trip)

Meet outside the O'Neill School on Fee Lane to board buses.
Buses will be parked by Conrad Prebys Career Center.


Contributed Sessions