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Brademas Center report calls for a role for arts in enhancing America's global image

Brademas Center report calls for a role for arts in enhancing America's global image

The 2008 election of Barack Obama has offered an historic opportunity for the restoration of America's image around the world. In January 2009, the John Brademas Center of NYU Wagner convened a group of experts to explore the public policy implications for American arts and culture of a renewed focus on U.S. public diplomacy, and issued a call for an expansion of international arts and cultural exchanges in the service of this new direction. A December, 2009, report from the Brademas Center is the result of their expert opinions and deliberations, including those of Wagner's Professor Ruth Ann Stewart, a coauthor of the report. The report, aimed at the President and Congress,  is entitled "Moving Forward: A Renewed Role for American Arts and Artists in the Global Age."

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