Some of the questions the group has addressed include:
- What is the existing capacity for the production and consumption of art and artifacts in campus facilities consistent with governmental and University guidance?
- What is the appropriate sequence, speed, and scale by which arts programs and arts institutions should open for co-curricular and public work?
- How can we best accommodate audiences for the various venues and types of events that we offer within state, local, and University guidelines for convening?
- What directives beyond those that are already available would be most helpful to the full range of arts programs and institutions regarding the preparation and presentation of artistic work as well as public convenings on campus?
- How can the University best balance its commitment to engaging the community through our arts programs and institutions while also upholding mandated limitations for density and visitors on campus?
The group has delivered:
- A report in answer to the charge for consideration by University Leadership
- Frameworks and guidance appropriate for distribution to museums and arts institution
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is in the Arts Programs and Arts Institutions planning group?
|David Levin (co-lead)||Office of the Provost|
|Tracy McCabe (co-lead)||Office of the President|
|Angel Ysaguirre||Court Theatre|
|Barbara Schubert||Department of Music|
|Bill Michel||Logan Center|
|Catherine Sullivan||Department of Visual Arts|
|Christopher Woods||Oriental Institute|
|Ellen MacKay||Department of English Language and Literature|
|Elspeth Carruthers||Neubauer Collegium|
|Holly Lee Warren (staffing)||Logan Center|
|John Wilkinson||Department of English Language and Literature|
|Katie Martin Peck||Facilities Services|
|Matthew Dean||University Chapels|
|Michael Christiano||Smart Museum|
|Mike Drapa||Office of Communications|
|Mike Hayes||Campus & Student Life|
|Robert Rush||Office of Legal Counsel|
|Wendy Williams||Office of Civic Engagement|