"Natural" Cultural Districts: A Three-City Study

Document Type

Report

Date

2-2013

Abstract

This summary of the full research report--"Natural" Cultural Districts: A Three-City Study (February 2013)--presents the rationale for the study as well as findings and implications for policy and research. Policy issues noted are: differential ecology of "natural" cultural districts; economic inequality and location advantage; and trends in the development and management of cultural space. Research questions noted are: change in neighborhood cultural ecology over time; new models of cultural production; displacement vs community revitalization; and reconnecting the arts with culture.

Comments

The research was undertaken with support by Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC), a New York-­based national initiative. For LINC’s abstract (and extracts of SIAP’s Final Report), see Leveraging Investments in Creativity. LINC Research + Practice. “Natural” Cultural Districts: A Three-City Study" (2012) at http://www.lincnet.net/1898.

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Date Posted: 02 May 2017