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HowArtWorks: Web Conversation Prep

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In this Powerpoint deck, we've included some basic information about the How Art Works project to facilitate the web conversation and follow-on discussions.

In this Powerpoint deck, we've included some basic information about the How Art Works project to facilitate the web conversation and follow-on discussions.

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  • 1. Monitor Institute A member of the Monitor GroupHOW ART WORKS:Web Conversation Prep9 March 2012BEIJING CAMBRIDGE CASABLANCA CHICAGO DELHI DUBAI HONG KONG JOHANNESBURG LONDON LOS ANGELES MOSCOW MUMBAIMUNICH NEW YORK PARIS RIYADH SAN FRANCISCO SÃO PAULO SEOUL SHANGHAI SINGAPORE TOKYO TORONTO ZURICH
  • 2. How Art Works A theory-driven model & measurement framework forCAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL understanding the impact of art on individuals & communities
  • 3. PROJECT ARC The How Art Works project consists of three phases Phase I Phase III Phase II Lit Review & Finalize Convene Working Group Meetings Expert Interviews Logic Model (Jan – April) (Sept – Dec) (May- June) Systems Map Asheville NC & Evaluation Web Workshop Framework Conversation #2 April 18-19 Web March 21 Conversation #1 Oakland CA March 14 Workshop Feb 22-23 Synthesis Report Jan 6 Accomplishments:  Completed 45 interviews  Conducted review of literature on impact of art & "Quality of Life"  Constructed “productively 3CAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL inaccurate” systems map
  • 4. WHERE WE ARE TODAY This deck is a debrief of the Oakland workshop–it’s meant to prepare us for the web conversations Phase I Phase III Phase II Lit Review & Finalize Convene Working Group Meetings Expert Interviews Logic Model (Jan – April) (Sept – Dec) (May- June) WE ARE Systems Map HERE Asheville NC & Evaluation Web Workshop Framework Conversation #2 April 18-19 Web March 21 Conversation #1 Oakland CA March 14 Highlight (un)certain Workshop parts of the system Feb 22-23 Identify data Synthesis Test & refine to gather or track Report more granular systems map Introduce & refine Accomplishments: high-level  Completed 45 interviews systems map  Conducted review of literature on impact of art & "Quality of Life"  Constructed productivelyCAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 4 inaccurate systems map
  • 5. OUR CHALLENGES & OUR TOOLS 1. Understanding Art 1. A “Productively 2. Understanding "Quality Inaccurate” Starting of Life" View 3. Understanding the 2. A Method for Mapping Links Between them Complex Systems 3. Your Intellectual HorsepowerCAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 5
  • 6. Hard?CAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL Ah, yah. Really hard.
  • 7. A FEW WORDS ON „SYSTEM MAPPING‟ Will help us with our 1. A tool for picturing problem… complexity 2. Starts with list of key How are ‘art’ and factors ‘quality of life’ 3. Adds links illustrating connected? flows 4. Captures seeming Really connected? contradictions, cascades, and feedback What causes what? And in what sequence?CAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 7
  • 8. OAKLAND, CA WORKSHOP ACTIVITIES Visceral arts experience to ground the conversation Allow people to move beyond the “What is art?” question Probe people to question what Quality of Life Introduce then means refine “productively Weave the inaccurate” tapestry of our systems map “ideal system,” collectivelyCAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 8
  • 9. OUR QUESTION & CRUDE SYSTEM MAP WE STARTED WITH IN OAKLAND How are ‘art’ and ‘quality of life’ connected? Arts Enrich Generate Human Artifacts Experience Capacity to Express Oneself Produce Cultural, Produce Social and Economic Cognitive Value Value “Quality of Life”CAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 9
  • 10. REACTIONS TO THE CRUDE SYSTEMS MAP FROM CONVERSATIONS IN OAKLAND CACAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 10
  • 11. SOME OF THE ADDITIONAL RICHNESS WE DISCOVERED  Time & place (4)  Tech innovation (1)  Aesthetics (18)  Works of art (10)  Education (10)  Artists (5)  Values (13)  Market Place (11)  Empathy (10)  Creative capacity (19)  Economic Value (6)  Self Actualization (18)  Generativity (6)  Community (34)  Resilience/memory (15)  Right to culture (7)  Happiness (3)  Cultural Equity (3)  Spiritual Literacy (0)CAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 11
  • 12. WHERE WE NEED YOUR HELP ON THE WEBINAR We will share the next draft of the map. It will be much more complex & detailed. We will seek your help to further refine it.CAS-COD-Prez-Date-CTL 12