In (Re)Educating for Leadership (Beswick, Creamer, and Pinard 2004), two
successful case studies of how the arts can ... This resonates with the view of
Edgar Schein (2001: 81–83), of the MIT Sloan School of Management, on the
role of art ...
Author: Derrick Chong
Category: Business & Economics
The second edition of Arts Management has been thoroughly revised to provide an updated, comprehensive overview of this fast-changing subject. Arts managers and students alike are offered a lively, sophisticated insight into the artistic, managerial and social responsibilities necessary for those working in the field. With new cases studies and several new chapters, Derrick Chong takes an interdisciplinary approach in examining some of the main impulses informing discussions on the management of arts and cultural organizations. These are highly charged debates, since arts managers are expected to reconcile managerial, economic and aesthetic objectives. Topics include: arts and the State, with reference to the instrumentalism of the arts and culture business and the arts ownership and control of arts organizations arts consumption and consumers, including audience development and arts marketing managing for excellence and artistic integrity financial investing in the arts, namely fine arts funds and theatre angels philosophies of philanthropy Incorporating a deliberately diverse range of sources, Arts Management is essential reading for students on arts management courses and provides valuable insights for managers already facing the management challenges of this field.
Drawing on the author’s past as a manager running media and performing arts companies and her present as a consultant helping Boards and managers, this book covers a wide range of topics, from leadership, motivation and cultural policy to ...
Author: Ann Tonks
Category: Performing Arts
The A to Z of Arts Management, Second Edition covers 97 topics about the management of arts and cultural organisations. Each section offers a theoretical and conceptual introduction to the topic, as well as storytelling and reflections about the meaning and application of such theories in the real world. Drawing on the author’s past as a manager running media and performing arts companies and her present as a consultant helping Boards and managers, this book covers a wide range of topics, from leadership, motivation and cultural policy to passion, coffee and laughter. This second edition includes even more coverage and stories about the challenges of arts management, and new topics such as harassment, philanthropy and venues. Written for arts managers, students and Board members anywhere in the world, The A to Z of Arts Management provides information about research and academic best practice in arts management alongside stories about the reality of working in the arts and cultural industries.
"Arts Management is a text designed for undergraduate or graduate arts management students.
Author: Ellen Rosewall
Publisher: Oxford University Press (UK)
"Arts Management is a text designed for undergraduate or graduate arts management students. It provides an overview of topics that are standard in arts management study, including organizational structure, governance, management, human resources, fundraising, marketing, and advocacy"--
Expanded from the author's highly successful How to Run a Theatre, this edition offers both trainees and seasoned professionals the hands-on strategic leadership tools needed to create, build and nurture a successful career in the ...
Author: Jim Volz
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Performing Arts
Introduction to Arts Management offers a unique, dynamic and savvy guide to managing a performing or visual arts organization, be that an arts center, theatre, museum, art gallery, symphony orchestra, or other arts company. For those training to enter the industry, workers in arts administration, or those seeking to set up their own company, the wealth of expert guidance and direct, accessible style of this authoritative manual will prove indispensable. Gathering best practices in strategic planning, marketing, fundraising and finance for the arts, the author shares practical, proven processes and valuable tools from his work with over 100 arts companies and professional experience producing over 100 music, dance, theatre and visual arts events. Unique features include: · boilerplate guides for marketing and fundraising · a sample Board of Trustee contract · specific budget checklists · day-to-day working tools that can be immediately instituted in any arts organization · resources at the end of each chapter designed to help readers consider and implement the strategies in their own practice. Interviews with arts leaders offer insights into the beginnings and growth of significant arts institutions, while examples based on real situations and successful arts organizations from both North America and Britain illustrate and underpin the strategic and practical advice. Expanded from the author's highly successful How to Run a Theatre, this edition offers both trainees and seasoned professionals the hands-on strategic leadership tools needed to create, build and nurture a successful career in the challenging world of arts administration and management.
Comprehensive and practical handbook for arts managers
Author: Jennifer Radbourne
Publisher: Allen & Unwin Academic
Category: Art and state
Arts Management is a comprehensive handbook for arts administrators working in all art forms and in organizations ranging from small community co-operatives to large national flagships. With extensive Australian case studies, it covers cultural policy, fundraising, legal issues, marketing and public relations, managing people and money and event management.
Visual Arts Management provides the first comprehensive textbook to the art business. The book covers the full range of the art world from contemporary galleries, secondary market, auction houses, art fairs, and museums.
Author: Jeffrey Taylor
Category: Business & Economics
The arts sector is of vital importance to the global economy and students aspiring to a career in the visual arts are increasingly required to gain an understanding of the business side of the arts world. This textbook introduces the field of arts management with a focus on visual arts. Visual Arts Management provides the first comprehensive textbook to the art business. The book covers the full range of the art world from contemporary galleries, secondary market, auction houses, art fairs, and museums. Topics include overviews of the distinct sectors of the business, but also delves in to technical topics: curatorship, antiques, cultural heritage compliance, marketing, art criticism, taxation, customs, insurance, transportation, appraising, conservation, and connoisseurship. Each chapter concludes with a real-world case study to provide cautionary tales of the dangers and pitfalls of the art business. This unique textbook, authored by an experienced instructor, presents a global perspective on the rapidly developing art business in a way that is relevant for arts management classes and art professionals worldwide.
It offers information on the global dimension of art management, digitization of culture, strategy formation in the cultural sector, the structure of a cultural organization, cultural leadership.
Author: Giep Hagoort
Publisher: Eburon Uitgeverij B.V.
In the 21st century, there is an enormous need for a basic knowledge of management in the cultural sector. This publication fills the gap between general management theory and cultural praxis. It offers information on the global dimension of art management, digitization of culture, strategy formation in the cultural sector, the structure of a cultural organization, cultural leadership. Casestudies are presented from different parts of the world, rooted in local resources but from a global perspective.
In the same year that Shore published his handbook (1987), another handbook,
Fundamentals of Arts Management, was published by the Arts Extension Service
at the University of Massachusetts. The Arts Extension Service is a national ...
Author: J. Paquette
This book aims to present concepts, knowledge and institutional settings of arts management and cultural policy research. It offers a representation of arts management and cultural policy research as a field, or a complex assemblage of people, concepts, institutions, and ideas.
While the book does include the background necessary for understanding the global arts marketplace, it assumes that cultural fine arts come to fruition through entrepreneurial processes, and that cultural fine arts organizations have to be ...
Author: Carla Walter
Arts Management is designed as an upper division undergraduate and graduate level text that covers the principles of arts management. It is the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and technologically advanced textbook on arts management on the market. While the book does include the background necessary for understanding the global arts marketplace, it assumes that cultural fine arts come to fruition through entrepreneurial processes, and that cultural fine arts organizations have to be entrepreneurial to thrive. Many cases and examples of successful arts organizations from the Unites States and abroad appear in every chapter. A singular strength of Arts Management is the author's skillful use of in-text tools to facilitate reader interest and engagement. These include learning objectives, chapter summaries, discussion questions and exercises, case studies, and numerous examples and cultural spotlights. Online instructor's materials with Powerpoint slides are available to adopters.
ment and democratic self-determination must not be relativised and fall potential
victim to misunderstood concepts of intercultural competence or tolerance. If we
want to continue living in societies that need the arts management profession, ...
Author: Raphaela Henze
Category: Social Science
This book explains and critically examines how arts managers from more than 40 countries across the world respond to the various phenomena of globalisation, digitalisation and migration. It also analyses the manner in which cultural institutions become more international in nature. Real-life case studies and experiences from numerous practitioners as well as an international comparison of those specific challenges and opportunities illuminate how practicing in international and transcultural contexts is now inevitable. This book presents the basic concepts, theories and terminology required for this kind of work in addition to providing an overview of the daily tasks and challenges involved. It will be of interest to practicing and aspiring arts managers who wish to develop a further understanding of the complex way in which the field is developing.