October 2005.  Vol 9, No. 4
From Termination to Triumph: Reflecting on the First Ten Years of the University of Oregon Arts and Administration Program.  Elizabeth Hoffman, Ph.D.

March 2005. Vol. 9, No. 3.
Quotes, Qualms, and Questions: The Impact of June King and Vincent Lanier on My Life and Beyond.  Dr. Paul Bolin, University of Texas


Explorations of Visual Culture: Written on the Body.   Dr. Laurie Hicks, University of Maine

Community Arts in a Digital Age.  Kristin G. Congdon, University of Central Florida

December 2004. Vol. 9, No. 2: Folkvine.org: The Challenges of Presenting Folk Art On-line. An Overview. Kristen G. Congdon, Craig Saper, Chantale Fontaine, and Alex Katsoros

September 2004. Vol. 9, No.1: An Expressive Arts Hospital Program for People with HIV/AIDS: A Description, Two Stories, and Explanations. Julia Kellman

June 2004. Vol. 8, No. 4: Assessing Arts and Cultural Programming in Oregon's Recreation Organizations. Gaylene Carpenter. Outcome-based Evaluation: Practical and Theoretical Applications. Robert Voelker-Morris

March 2004. Vol. 8, No.3:A Call to Action for 2004 (And Beyond). Thomas Tresser

January 2004. Vol. 8, No. 2: Defining Queer: The Criteria and Selection Process for Programming Queer Film Festivals. Jamie June.

September 2003. Vol. 8, No. 1: Searching for Solutions: Planning Analysis of the Oregon Cultural Trust and Recommendations for Community Arts Managers with Regard to Public Funding of Culture in Oregon. Gustav Baum.

June 2003. Vol. 7, No. 3: A Library as Material Culture: Typology and Symbol in the Community: Clayton Funk. Text, Reader, Reading: Richard Bear.

March 2003. Vol. 7, No. 2: Intangible Legacy: Oregon's Federal Art Centers: Margaret Bullock. Designing Web-Based Instruction: A Research Review On Color, Typography, Layout, and Screen Density: Michael G. Geraci

January 2003. Vol. 7, No. 1: Three Festivals Seen Through the Getz Model of the Event Management System. Emily Windle

June 2002. Vol. 6, No. 3: We Want Your Life Back: How You Can Go Guerilla! Marc Moscato

January 2002. Vol. 6, No. 2: Ticket Pricing: Concepts, Methods, Practices, and Guidelines for Performing Arts Events. David Franklin Riley

September 2001. Vol. 6, No. 1: Seeing the Whole Picture: An Investigation of Factors that Influence Contemporary Native American Artist Participation in "Mainstream" Fine Art Markets Staci Golar; Memories of Professor Robert Gard, Michael F. Warlum

June 2001. Vol. 5, No. 4: Reviving Arts Education through Collaboration: Community/Schools Partnership for the Arts. Mary Ann Stankiewicz

March 2001. Vol. 5 No. 3: AMRC - The Arts Management Research Clearinghouse. Dr. Linda F. Ettinger

January 2001. Vol. 5, No. 2: Creating an Arts Access Guide on the World Wide Web: Access to Art in Portland, Oregon. Kim Ruthardt Knowles

September 2000. Vol. 5, No. 1: Community Arts Councils: Historical Perspective, Maryo Ewell; The Montana Study, Clayton Funk

June, 2000. Vol. 4, No. 3: Community Arts Councils: Historical Perspective (Part III.) Maryo Ewell; Why is the Mona Lisa Smiling? Steve Feld

April, 2000. Vol. 4, No. 2:? Community Arts Councils: Historical Perspective (Part II.) Maryo Ewell; Thinking Ahead: Disaster Preparedness for Museums. Yvonne Lever

January, 2000. Vol. 4, No. 1: Community Arts Councils: Historical Perspective (Part I.) Maryo Ewell. Family-Focused Programming Between the Arts and Social Services. Barbara Harris

September, 1999. Vol. 3, No. 4: Art Teacher Censorship of Student Produced Art in Georgia's Public High Schools. Bruce Bowman

July, 1999. Vol. 3, No. 3: Economic and Leisure Factors Impacting Participation in the Arts by Middle Aged Adults, Gaylene Carpenter, Ed.D.; WESTAF Launches www.artjob.org, Searchable Arts Employment and Opportunities Web Site.

April, 1999 Vol. 3 No. 2: Paul Olum Mobile Hemi-Bust, Michael Randles; Outlaw Murals, Laura Feldman

January, 1999 Vol. 3 No.1: The Rise and Fall of the California Confederation of the Arts: 1976 - 1997. Anne W. Smith

September, 1998 Vol. 2 No.4: What Is Community Cultural Development and How Do We Practice It? Bill Flood

June, 1998. Vol. 2, No. 3: The Arts as Commodity, Stan Madeja; The Non-Profit and Commercial Arts: Understanding Future Options, David B. Pankratz

April, 1998. Volume 2, No. 2: The Florida Farmworkers Project. Kristin Congdon.

February, 1998. Volume 2, No. 1: Art Crimes: Building a Digital Museum/Graffiti Battle Crown. Susan Farrell

November, 1997. Volume 1, No. 3: The Invisible Careers for Latinos: Public History and Museum Studies. Miguel Juarez

July, 1997. Volume 1, No. 2: The Arts Management Employment Interview. Deborah Snider

May, 1997. Volume 1, No. 1: A Tool for Analysis of Web Sites' Accessibility to Users with Disabilities. Douglas Blandy, Ph.D.


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