Thursday, April 19, 2018

4:00-7:30PM

THE PLENARY ROOM, 1ST FLOOR, GRAINGER HALL - WISCONSIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Grainger Hall

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#ABRS@BOLZ - Day One

  Plenary Room

Plenary Room

4:00-4:30pm

SIGN IN and REGISTRATION

4:30-4:45pm

WELCOME and OPENING REMARKS

Sherry Wagner-Henry, Director, Bolz Center for Arts Administration, UW-Madison
John Baldacchino, Director, Arts Institute, UW-Madison
Greg Esser, Associate Director, Dean's Office, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University

 

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4:45-5:30pm

KICKOFF ADDRESS and DISCUSSION

The Status and Future of Creative Placemaking from an Artspace Perspective
2018 Update on Artspace/Kresge Project: Artspace Immersion

Teri Deaver, Vice President, Consulting and Strategic Partnerships, Artspace
Sharon Rodning Bash, Arts Management Consultant
 

WORKSHOP/FORUM

Artspace Workshop Exercise

Facilitated by Teri Deaver, Vice President, Consulting and Strategic Partnerships, Artspace, and Sharon Rodning Bash, Arts Management Consultant

 

IGNITE PRESENTATION

Justin Senzer, BBA, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

5:30-6:45pm

 

 

 

 

6:45-7:00pm

 

 

7:00-8:00pm

NETWORKING RECEPTION

Cocktail and Networking Reception - appetizers and beverages provided

 

Friday, April 20, 2018

9:00AM-5:30pm

THE PLENARY ROOM,
1ST FLOOR, GRAINGER HALL - WISCONSIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Grainger Hall

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#ABRS@BOLZ - Day Two

  Capitol Building - Madison, Wisconsin

Capitol Building - Madison, Wisconsin

9:00-9:30am

Registration; breakfast buffet available

OPENING REMARKS

Sherry Wagner-Henry, Director, Bolz Center for Arts Administration, UW-Madison
Maryrose Flanigan, Associate Director, a2ru

9:30-9:45am

 Provost Sarah Mangelsdorf

Provost Sarah Mangelsdorf

ARTPLACE AMERICA TRANSITION & RESEARCH FIELD SCAN

ArtPlace Director of Research, Jamie Hand, will review the upcoming transition of ArtPlace America as it prepares to sunset in 2020. Jamie will help universities think about how to build communities of learning, develop cross-sector curricula, and produce evidence-based scholarship related to creative placemaking. Discussion to cover recent cross-sector research  including the arts and environment field scan, Farther, Faster, Together: How Arts and Culture Can Accelerate Environmental Progress
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9:45-11:00am

 

CREATING CONNECTION LUNCH AND IGNITE PRESENTATIONS: UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AND
UW-MADISON

Hear from our emerging leaders and scholars in arts administration and entrepreneurship as they present their latest enterprise ideas and research via a lunch time ignite session.


CELEBRATING IMAGINATION: THE BOLZ CENTER
CONSULTS WITH THE VILLAGE OF WAUNAKEE

Sherry Wagner-Henry, Bolz Center for Arts Administration, UW-Madison
Todd Schmidt, Village Administrator & Director of Economic Development, Village of Waunakee, WI
Jaron Bernstein, MBA, Bolz Center for Arts Administration
Sarah Bluvas, MBA, Bolz Center for Arts Administration

A partnership 5 years in the making, the Bolz Center and the Village of Waunakee share their learnings from their yearlong consulting engagement, demonstrating how universities and cities can work together in service to creative placemaking.


UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON

Experiential learning approach to teaching community art in Asia: The case of creative place-making project in Ha Cheun, Hong Kong.
Jane Zheng, PhD Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison


UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS

The Hum: A Case Study for the Pedagogy of Sustainable Social Practice
Adrienne Callander, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas
Hannah McBroom, MFA, University of Arkansas

In their attempt to reimagine the public sphere, the mechanisms by which people engage art, and the nature of the artist, Master of Fine Art (MFA) candidates and Empower undergraduates at the University of Arkansas are merging social justice and arts entrepreneurship using the lens of social practice to develop The Hum, a socially engaged artwork that integrates and adapts the coffee house model to provide a commercial platform for neuro-diverse people to co-learn, co-create, and co-work.

11:00-1:00pm

 Rathskeller table - Wisconsin Memorial Union

Rathskeller table - Wisconsin Memorial Union

 

IOWA STATE EXTENSION AND OUTREACH
Community and Economic Development
Art and Design Applications Team

Lisa Bates and Jennifer Drinkwater, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach

SEEING, MAKING, DOING: ART AND SOCIAL CAPITAL
Lisa Bates
is an Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Community Development specialist whose role is to develop and deliver successful educational programs, such as the Iowa Retail Initiative, using design and other business strategies to bolster local economies throughout Iowa. Jennifer Drinkwater is an assistant professor in the Department of Visual Art and Culture at Iowa State and a member with Lisa of the Community and Economic Development team at Iowa State Extension. Her work centers around community-based arts projects. Together, for the past two spring semesters, they have created and delivered a new studio course for upper level Iowa State students that focuses on methods of using art and design strategies to create social capital in communities. Students experiment in a variety of community settings with these creative methods of engagement, which we will learn more about today.  Q&A to follow.
 

1:00-2:00pm

WORKSHOP/FORUM
UW-EXTENSION COMMUNITY VITALITY & PLACEMAKING TEAM

Steve Grabow and Todd Johnson, Community Vitality & Placemaking Team, UW Extension

In this second iteration of our Workshop/Convening Series, UW Extension’s Community Vitality and Placemaking team will lead us through their guiding principles of community placemaking and how the creative is integrated into their established practice. Part 2 of this workshop will include how the CV&P Team activates the process and practice with communities across the state of Wisconsin. Team members Steve Grabow and Todd Johnson will introduce a set of white papers - The Wauwatosa Papers - originally created to help clarify these principles and processes for the UW Creative Placemaking Consortium.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


2:00-3:15pm

 Chazen Museum of Art - Madison, Wisconsin

Chazen Museum of Art - Madison, Wisconsin

 

3:30-5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


5:00-5:30pm

PRESENTATION WITH ANGIE ALLEN, DASHA KELLY, AND JAY SALINAS

StoryWork: Using Stories to Integrate the Arts with Community Economic Development

Engage our experience of collaborative community vitality and placemaking as we share with you how we came together, and, how we are building a partnership centered on the power of community space-making and storytelling for sustained community education, engagement and impact that uplifts and deepens community cultural development. Last, you'll participate in a storytelling exercise that models one of the core elements of our collaborative partnership's future direction. Our presentation team is Dasha Kelly Hamilton (Stillwaters Collective), Jay Salinas (Wormfarm Institute), and Angie Allen (UW-Extension, Milwaukee County). 

 

CLOSING REMARKS AND DISCUSSION FOR THE DAY: CONCLUSIONS AND KEY LEARNINGS

Sherry Wagner-Henry, Bolz Center for Arts Administration, UW-Madison
Maryrose Flanigan, Associate Director, a2ru

 

HAPPY HOUR AND NETWORKING RECEPTION

Light appetizers and beverages provided.

Then take the rest of the night for yourself or grab dinner with new and old friends.

5:30-6:30pm

EAST ATRIUM,
GRAINGER HALL

Saturday, April 21, 2018
 Bascom Hill - Madison, Wisconsin

Bascom Hill - Madison, Wisconsin

9:30-12:00pm

UNIVERSITY CLUB

University Club

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#ABRS@BOLZ - Day Three - breakfast buffet included at 9am

UW-MADISON WORKSHOP/FORUM STYLE #3

a2ru Campus Engagement and Amplification Workshop

Deb Mexicotte, Associate Director, ArtsEngine & Maryrose Flanigan, Associate Director, a2ru, lead us through a newly developed guide and process for integrating the arts throughout your campus.

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