Management and the Arts 5e – June 2021

Companion book in paperback. Price setting. Summer reading. This month I have three things to share with you. One is that my other book will be available in paperback on June 30, and so of course, I am making a shameless plug for buying it. Second, setting ticket...

Management and the Arts 5e – May 2021

Free Membership. Antiracism This month I came across two items I thought you might find interesting. First up is an op-ed on the importance of reducing barriers to access by doing away with charging for museum memberships. The Institute for Contemporary Art at...

Management and the Arts 5e – April 2021

I thought these two articles offer opportunities for engaging discussions this month. A Community and Its Orchestra The Oakland Symphony, Youth Orchestra, and Chorus are good examples of the power of programming connected to the community. This is an organization that...

Management and the Arts 5e – March 2021

Museum Emotions. Museum Misstep. Here are two resources that can be used for class discussions and to supplement the content in the 5th edition.Thanks again for subscribing to these updates. Bill Byrnes ===========================================================First...

Management and the Arts 5e – February 2021

Stages Not Saved. Whistleblowers. Social Media Trends. I thought these three articles have potential for discussion topics this month. Stages not saved provides insights about the industry that goes behind the headlines. The whistleblower’s update says a lot...

Management and the Arts 5e – January 2021

COVID legislation. New Funding Models. Happy New Year and thanks for subscribing to these updates. I found two postings that looked like they would be useful to fold into classes as the spring semester starts. First up are guides published by the National Council of...