Arts Management

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2010-02-05
  • Publisher: Routledge

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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.

Author Biography

Derrick Chong is Senior Lecturer in Management at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. He is the author of Arts Management (Routledge, 2002) and co-author of The Art business with lain Robertson (Routledge, 2008).

Table of Contents

Prefacep. vii
Introductionp. 1
Foundations of arts managementp. 2
Defining arts managementp. 5
Keywords in arts managementp. 9
Rise of managerialism in arts managementp. 16
Arts management systemsp. 17
Organizational metaphorsp. 23
Structure of the textp. 26
Institutional Partnersp. 31
Arts and the Statep. 33
Arts and cultural policyp. 33
Cultural economics: Baumol's cost disease and economic impact studiesp. 43
Instrumentalism of the arts and culturep. 52
Business and the Artsp. 59
Business support for the artsp. 60
Arts enhancing business relationshipsp. 67
Business learning from the artsp. 73
Relationships with Stakeholdersp. 81
Ownership and Control of Arts Organizationsp. 83
Commercial arts enterprisesp. 83
Trustees and elite arts patronagep. 94
Institutional isomorphismp. 102
Appendix: Philosophies of philanthropyp. 107
Arts Consumption and Consumersp. 115
Arts appreciation and taste formationp. 116
Audience developmentp. 124
Art collecting and collectorsp. 127
Appendix: Marketing and the artsp. 131
Managing for Excellence and Artistic Integrityp. 143
Organization as social systemp. 145
Imagining organizationsp. 148
On leadership studiesp. 156
Parallel administrative hierarchiesp. 159
Appendix: Personal development in arts managementp. 164
Wealth and the Economyp. 167
Financial Investing in the Artsp. 169
Fine art investment fundsp. 171
Theatre angelsp. 177
Appendix: Alternative passion investmentsp. 184
Globalization and the Art Worldp. 189
Power brands and the experience economyp. 190
Dealers as market makers for contemporary artp. 196
Leveraging art museums for audience and identityp. 205
Notesp. 214
Bibliographyp. 224
Indexp. 241
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