Johanna Taylor

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Johanna K. Taylor is an assistant professor at The Design School affiliated with the Herberger Institute’s transdisciplinary Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership MA program. She received a doctorate in public and urban policy at The New School in 2016 and master's in arts management at Carnegie Mellon in 2007. She has taught classes in community engagement, cultural policy, urban studies, socially engaged art, and urban research methods. Her work is grounded in a core value of art as catalyzing force in advancing justice in daily life, and her research explores questions of cultural equity through the intersection of art, community, policy, and place. Currently, she is working on a book that explores the power and opportunity behind art museums implementing community engaged practices. As an arts administrator and programmer, she worked at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, BRIC Arts|Media, and A Blade of Grass among other organizations. Before joining ASU, she was a Creative Cities Fellow at Stanford University.

Research interests

  • Urbanism
  • Urban Policy
  • Art
  • Arts Administration
  • Social Justice
  • Community Engagement


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