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  • Page 3: RE-ENVISIONINGartsstateagenciesSYMP
  • Page 7 and 8: TABLE OF CONTENTSABOUT THE PROJECT
  • Page 9: ABOUT THE PROJECT SPONSORThe Wester
  • Page 12 and 13: underrepresented in the field. Fina
  • Page 15 and 16: THE STATE OF THE STATESBy Pat Willi
  • Page 17 and 18: windswept plains of eastern Montana
  • Page 19: In my judgment, either Congress and
  • Page 22 and 23: at an all-time high. Here is the qu
  • Page 25 and 26: THE STATE ARTS AGENCY AS AN ELEMENT
  • Page 27 and 28: We embraced the perspectivethat pub
  • Page 31 and 32: e an example, and Western States Ar
  • Page 33: Kelly, the Director of the Authorit
  • Page 36 and 37: Change-management literature refers
  • Page 38 and 39: Some years, they receive a lot of m
  • Page 40 and 41: tax realm because we have developed
  • Page 43 and 44: CONDITIONS AND OPTIONS FOR THE INNO
  • Page 45 and 46: with an innovation related to a cer
  • Page 47 and 48: ■ Perceived alignment between the
  • Page 49 and 50: and direct-services programs.Increa
  • Page 51 and 52: persuasion, and the evolution of po
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    een on both sides of that question.

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    Maryo Ewell:I would like to make a

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    performance measures and negotiatin

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    THE CALIFORNIA BUDGET: HOW TO WIN A

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    What happens is thatDemocrats, in p

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    of the budget it is assured, is alw

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    CALIFORNIA: WHAT MIGHT BE NEXT?By B

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    lobbyist? b) can we put a ballot in

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    they discussed what they were going

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    lished arts institutions, for help,

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    enough public money to go around to

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    START program is a grant program, b

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    how they can pay these debts in the

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    cies made changes. Most were increm

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    UNDERSTANDING THE PAST; ENVISIONING

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    asis. Such planning is an NEA requi

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    port arts participation in the Unit

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    develop partnerships with bookstore

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    cannot take leadership for granted

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    do not know how many years to come.

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    Jonathan Katz:About $200,000.Jim Si

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    A COMMITMENT DILEMMA FOR STATE ARTS

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    Rosario-Jackson raised some other p

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    … what is wrong with abronze elk,

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    RESPONSE TO MARYO EWELLBy Patrick O

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    If we are going to make any movemen

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    PARTICIPANT REMARKSJohn Paul Batist

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    easons for them to do it--maybe we

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    What we cannot do any longer is spe

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    for the field, the people out there

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    perspective, as the division admini

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    important things we can do when we

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    I will close with one story. I star

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    efforts are being built. The effort

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    er factor, the census of 1990, also

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    CLOSING COMMENTSKes Woodward:I had

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    For myself, the comment Sam Miller

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    So, I am not sanguine about a unifi

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    about keeping the arts in the core

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    Life is a series of ups and downs.

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    their voices, and celebrate their v

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    want to be responsive to people wit

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    and for the states within it.Larry

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    2 Bob Dylan, "It’s All Over Now B

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    LIST OF PRELIMINARY READINGSAdams,

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    Kingdon, John W. Agendas, Alternati

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    SYMPOSIUM PROCESS & AGENDAAbout the

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    BIOGRAPHIESParticipantsJohn Paul Ba

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    California Assembly of Local Arts A

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    David B. PankratzDavid B. Pankratz

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    Williams has served on many Nationa

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    LIST OF ATTENDEESVera Marie (Bunny)

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