308 pages | 25 B/W Illus.
In recent years, there have been significant shifts in arts marketing, both as a practice and an academic discipline. The relationship between art and the market is increasingly complex and dynamic, requiring a transformation in the way the arts are marketed.
Marketing the Arts argues that arts marketing is not about the simple application of mainstream managerial marketing to the arts. With contributions from international scholars of marketing and consumer studies, this book engages directly with a range of contemporary themes, including:
This exciting new book covers topics as diverse as Damien Hirst’s 'For the Love of God', Liverpool’s brand makeover, Manga scanlation, Gob Squad, Surrealism, Bluegrass music, Miles Davis and Andy Warhol, and is sure to enthuse students and enlighten practitioners.
'We are in the midst of an arts marketing revolution and here is a collection that challenges and informs us. This anthology of essays is certainly a most welcome addition to a forward looking agenda on the subject and is an essential reading for scholars and practitioners alike. Darragh O’Reilly, Finola Kerrigan and various other contributors deserve our thanks and appreciation.' - Alladi Venkatesh, University of California, Irvine, USA
'Eclectic, entertaining and exciting, this is a valuable snapshot of a developing field.' - Terry O'Sullivan, Open University, UK
'Using an arts-centered perspective, the book presents an up-to-date discussion of arts marketing by leading scholars in the field.' - Laurie A. Meamber, George Mason University, USA
1. Marketing the Arts (Daragh O’Reilly and Finola Kerrigan) 2. Challenging Conventions in Arts Marketing: Experiencing the Skull (Alan Bradshaw, Finola Kerrigan and Morris B. Holbrook) 3. The Artist in Brand Culture (Jonathan E. Schroeder) 4. The Tension between Artistic and Market Orientation in Visual Art (Ian Fillis) 5. From Missionary to Market Maker: Reconceptualizing Arts Marketing in Practice (Debi Hayes and Simon Roodhouse) 6. Conversation, Collaboration and Co-operation: Courting New Audiences for a New Century (Angela Osborne and Ruth Rentschler) 7. Working Weeks, Rave Weekends: Identity Fragmentation and the Emergence of New Communities (Christina Goulding, Avi Shankar and Richard Elliott) 8. Generating Aesthetic Experiences from Ordinary Activity: New Technology and the Museum Experience (Dirk Vom Lehn) 9. From Luxury to Necessity: The Changing Role of Qualitative Research in the Arts (Lisa Baxter) 10. Dreaming of Artistic Excellence, Popularity, or Both? (Michela Addis and Morris B. Holbrook) 11. Between Fan Culture and Copyright Infringement: Manga Scanlation (Hye-Kyung Lee) 12. Bluegrass Revival: Marketing and Authenticity in the Hills of Appalachia (Elizabeth C. Hirschman) 13. Evolving Perspectives on Music Consumption (Gretchen Larsen and Rob Lawson) 14. Musings from Miles: What Miles Davis Can Tell Us about Music and Marketing (Noel Dennis and Michael Macaulay) 15. A Night at the Theatre: Moving Arts Marketing from the Office to the Kitchen and Beyond (Annmarie Ryan, Matt Fenton and Daniela Sangiorgi) 16. Museums in Society or Society as a Museum? Museums, Culture and Consumption in the (Post) Modern World (Elizabeth Carnegie) 17. Extreme Cultural and Marketing Makeover: Liverpool Home Edition (Anthony Patterson) 18. The Brand Stripped Bare by its Marketers, Even (Stephen Brown)