From the Outside In: The Benefits of Arts-Integration to Arts Practice

  • April 3, 2015
  • By a2ru      
How arts-integrative efforts and initiatives also serve arts practice and practitioners within research universities.


 

Pulling from the information gathered through ArtsEngine’s Andrew W. Mellon Research Grant, this white paper—From the Outside In: The Benefits of Arts-Integration to Arts Practice—aims to provide perspective regarding the many ways that arts-integrative efforts and initiatives also serve arts practice and practitioners within research universities. The paper, which is authored by Mellon Research Project Director Bruce Mackh PhD, was exclusive to a2ru partners in 2014 and is now available to the public.

The purpose of the Mellon Research Project is to investigate arts-integration efforts at Research I Universities across the country and to use the data collected in order to author a Best Practices Guide based on the identification of successful programs, collaborations, and partnerships. The guide will be published in summer 2015.