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IFACCA is delighted to release its latest D'Art research report, Arts and Culture in Regeneration. The report summarises the outcome of IFACCAs 25th DArt question, which was a collaboration between IFACCA and Arts Research Digest to produce an international literature review on arts and culture in regeneration for the third World Summit on Arts and Culture in Newcastle, Gateshead, England, in June 2006. The D'art report includes a copy of an international literature review written by Graeme Evans and Phyllida Shaw, which was published in Arts Research Digest issue 37 and distributed at the World Summit. The review explores art, culture and regeneration across three areas of policy interest: iconic buildings and cities of culture; cultural quarters and clusters; and cultural dynamism. The report also provides a list of additional resources and comments that were provided by DArt respondents. As always, we welcome your comments and ideas at [email protected].
This international review explores the art/culture and regeneration nexus across three areas of policy interest: iconic buildings and cities of culture; cultural quarters and clusters; and cultural dynamism.
It is very unusual for any urban renewal plan not to include reference to the role that arts organizations and arts buildings can potentially play in regeneration. But the discussions about arts organizations and those about arts buildings are curiously and uncomfortably divorced.