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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:
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.
Preface 1. Introduction to Arts Management Section 1: Institutional Partners 2. Arts and the State 3. Business and the Arts Section 2: Relationships with Stakeholders 4. Ownership and Management of Arts Organizations 5. Arts Consumption and Consumers 6. Managing for Excellence and Artistic Integrity Section 3: Wealth and the Economy 7. Financial Investing in the Arts 8. Globalization and the Art World