750 E. Kirkwood Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405
Nicole Vasconi works in collaboration with community leaders, the IU Arts & Humanities Council, faculty, and students on quality of place initiatives to connect IU programs and resources with rural Indiana’s artistic and cultural opportunities. Nicole has a decade of experience in the arts and culture nonprofit sectors, encompassing community engagement, arts education, marketing, and nonprofit development for a variety of performing arts organizations, festivals, and museums. Her past projects have included: facilitating community arts showcase events at the Denver Botanic Gardens in Denver, Colorado; working with the city of Assisi, Italy to co-implement a marketing strategy to encourage regional eco-tourism; and co-developing a stakeholder analysis for the city of Kuldīga, Latvia to create more meaningful opportunities for locals to connect with their regional history and unique cultural heritage.
Nicole has an M.A. degree in UNESCO World Heritage studies from Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus and a B.Sc. degree in music arts administration from Butler University.