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Design Thinking: Using Creativity and Collaboration to Transform Public Relations

Hayes, Nora (2018-12)
Public relations practitioners, like designers, toggle back and forth between seemingly different modes of operation: logic and creativity, specific and universal, human and non-human, time-bound and timeless. Both professions ...

Museums that make noise. Looking into the future of the Schubert Club Museum

D'Ambrosio, Viola (2019-12)
Changing demographics are reshaping the role of museums within communities across the United States and how they define relevance. Although museums are currently seeking ways to create meaningful experiences for museum-goers, ...

The Minnesota Model: How Trust and Collaboration Rebuilt the Minnesota Orchestra

Jelinek, Clayton (2019-08)
A major shift in organizational culture brought new life to the Minnesota Orchestra in the years following a devastating 16-month musician lockout. This case study sought to answer two research questions: 1) How does the ...

Finding Home: A Qualitative Study on Healing Homelessness through Expressive Arts Engagement

Bueno, José (2019-07)
This phenomenological study seeks to expand the understanding of the impacts of expressive arts engagement on the mental health and trauma among homeless youth through the experiences of professionals working with those ...

Murakami's Superflat: Constructing a Female Space in a Two-Dimensional Plane

Bawiec, Michelle (2018)
Takashi Murakami is one of the most recognized Japanese contemporary artists globally and his "Superflat" art movement brings with it imagery of women that is gross subjectification and yet creates a disruptive space for ...

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