Arts and Cultural Management
Format
Mixed media product
Språk
Engelska
Utgivningsdatum
2017-11-30
Förlag
Bloomsbury Academic
Medarbetare
Shane, Rachel
Dimensioner
251 x 175 x 89 mm
Vikt
2906 g
Antal komponenter
4
Komponenter
Contains 4 Hardbacks
ISBN
9781474288682
Arts and Cultural Management

Arts and Cultural Management

Critical and Primary Sources

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Arts and Cultural Management: Critical and Primary Sources offers a comprehensive collection of key writings on this relatively new and rapidly growing field. The collected essays draw upon both scholarly and professional literature worldwide and range across the arts in the commercial, not-for-profit and public sectors. Each volume is arranged thematically and separately introduced by the editors. The set includes 84 essays covering the following major tracks: organization, structure and governance; production and distribution of the arts; participation and engagement; resource development and marketing; and policy, advocacy and field development. Together the four volumes of Arts and Cultural Management present a major scholarly resource for the field.
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This collection is a most welcome addition to the resources that mark a growing sense of self-awareness for a maturing field. The broad collection is well organized which facilitates ease of use ... A valuable resource for informing both our pedagogy and our future research. [Rosewall and Shane] have also given us a prism with which to better perceive what has shaped our field and its current state. Both achievements deserve recognition and applause. * Cultural Management: Science and Education *

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Ellen Rosewall is Professor and Chair of Arts Management at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA. She is author of the major textbook, Arts Management: Bringing Arts and Audiences Together in the 21st Century (2013). Rachel Shane is Chair of the Department of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky, USA. From 2016, she is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society.

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VOLUME 1: Leadership and Governance Preface 1. 'The Arts in America', John F. Kennedy Introduction Part I: Perspectives in the Field 2. 'From Impresario to Arts Administrator' Richard Peterson 3. 'Cultural Entrepreneurship in Nineteenth Century Boston: The creation of an organizational base for high culture in America', Paul DiMaggio 4. 'Managers of the Arts', Paul DiMaggio 5. 'The Case for Mission-Focused Arts Management Education' Ellen Rosewall 6. 'Who is Writing about Cultural Policy and Arts Management?' Eleonora Redaelli and Jonathon Paquette Part II: Leadership and Governance 7. 'Managing the Arts: Leadership and Decision-Making under Dual Rationalities', D. Cray, L. Inglis, and S. Freeman 8. 'Financial Crises in the Arts Sector: Is Governance the Illness or the Cure?', Johanne Turbide, Claude Laurin, Laurent Lapierre, Raymond Morissette 9. 'The Arts and Leadership: Now that we can do anything, What can we do?', Nancy Adler 10. 'Moving Arts Leadership Forward: A Changing Landscape', Emiko M. Ono Part III: Planning and Change 11. 'The Art of the Turnaround: Ten Rules', Michael Kaiser 12. 'Going Analog: Translating Virtual Learnings into Real Organizational Change', Nina Simon 13. 'Claiming Value, Illuminating Common Purpose', Ben Cameron 14. 'Inventing the Future of the Arts: Seven Digital Trends that Present Challenges and Opportunities for the Cultural Sector', Brian Newman 15. 'Entering Upon Novelty: Funding and Policy Issues for a New Era in the Arts', Richard Evans 16. 'Inciting the Rank and File: The Impact of Actor's Equity and Labor Strike', Rachel Shane 17. 'Hybrid Organizations in the Arts: A Cautionary View', Michael Rushton 18. 'Financing Creativity: Crowdfunding as a New Approach for Theatre Projects', Benjamin Boeuf, Jessica Darveau, Renaud Legoux Part IV: Arts Entrepreneurship 19. 'Means and Ends: A Theory Framework for Understanding Entrepreneurship in the US Arts and Culture Sector', Linda Essig 20. 'What is Arts Entrepreneurship? Tracking the Development of its Definition in Scholarly Journals', Woong Jo Chang and Margaret Wyzomirski 21. 'Performing Arts Entrepreneurship: Toward a Research Agenda', Stephen B. Preece 22. 'What's in a Name? Typifying Artist Entrepreneurship in Community Training', Paul Bonin-Rodriguez 23. 'Arts, Crafts and STEM Innovation: A Network Approach to Understanding the Creative Knowledge Economy', Robert Root-Bernstein, Rex LaMore, James Lawton, John Schweitzer, Michele Root-Bernstein, Eileen Roraback, Amber Peruski, Megan VanDyke Volume 2: Cultural Policy 1. 'America, the Arts and the Future: The First Nancy Hanks Lecture on The Arts and Public Policy', Arthur Schlesinger Jr Introduction Part I: Policy Making 2. 'The Culture of Cultural Policy', David Bell and Kate Oakley 3. 'Raison d'etat, Raison des Arts', Margaret Wyszomirski 4. 'Cultural Policy: Definitions and Theoretical Approaches', Kevin V. Mulcahy Part 2: Public Support and Funding 5. 'Government and the Arts: An Overview', Milton C. Cummings Jr. 6. 'The Case for Large-Scale Public Support of the Arts', Dick Netzer 7. 'Artists as Taxpayers', Alan L. Feld et al 8. 'Public Choice and Public Funding of the Arts,' Christopher Lingle 9. 'How Can the Arts be Publicly Promoted?', Bruno S. Frey 10. 'The Other Side of the Subsidized Muse: Indirect Aid Revisited', J. Mark Schuster 11. 'The Government Serves Art', Hans Abbing Part III: The Value of the Arts 12. 'Creative Assets and the Changing Economy', Steven J. Tepper 13. 'Putting the "Art" Back into Arts Policy Making: How Arts Policy has been "Captured" by the Economists and the Marketers' Jo Caust 14. 'Intrinsic Benefits: The Missing Link', Kevin McCarthy, Elizabeth H. Ondaatje et al 15. 'What Values Should Count in the Arts? The Tension between Economic Effects and Cultural Value', Bruno S. Frey Part IV: Cultural Property Issue