The evolution of the media and arts has, particularly in recent decades, demanded an increase in collaboration between individuals and organizations in arts communities all over the world. Increased commercial rent, economic instability and cultural shifts have influenced the way artists and arts organizations function in today’s environment. Collaborative models are attractive to arts communities for their practicality and added value. The proposed media center collaboration in Minnesota has the potential to create opportunity and economic stability within the media arts community of the twin Cities. Our research team addresses the potential opportunities and challenges of a collaboration through this analysis, referencing the research question: How can these four organizations collaborate and best manage the collaboration?
Professional paper for the fulfillment of the Master of Public Affairs, Master of Public Policy, and Master of Urban and Regional Planning programs.
Ferber, Nancy; McKennan, Patrick; Sindberg, Kari; Tade, Susan.
Media Arts in Minnesota: Potential impacts of collaboration.
Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
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