Management and the Arts 5e – December 2019

Small Theatre-Big City. A City of Culture. This month I found two articles that focus on how the arts make the places we live more enjoyable and fulfilling. Small Theatres – Big Impacts “All New York’s a Stage” is a useful resource around which discussions could...

Management and the Arts 5e – November 2019

Working in Museums and CSR/CCI. I thought these two different topics might be interesting to ponder. The first focuses on the good and bad of the professionalization of the arts workplace. The second topic looks at a wide range of issues connected to the concept of...

New Resource on Arts Management

I had a book launch on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 (in London) for a project I have been working on with my co-editor for the last two years. Sadly, I couldn’t be there in person, but at least I had a chance to Skype in for the event. Thanks again to all the...

Management and the Arts 5e – October 2019

Success Story. Questions on Pricing. I thought these two recent articles were relevant to chapters in Management and the Arts on leadership, planning, strategy, access to the arts, and audience development and engagement. A Good News Success Story It was good to read...

Management and the Arts 5e – September 2019

Art Protests. Creative Class. Usher-Cams? This month I thought these three articles spoke to issues arts managers and leaders are facing. Historic Change? Ben Davis’ opinion piece focuses on the repercussions of the protests related to the Whitney Museum board member...

Management and the Arts 5e – May 2019

Givz app. How do we ‘Other’? Museum Self-Policing? This month I thought the three articles below could be used to discuss topics in fundraising, psychological biases that impact efforts to create more inclusive arts organizations, and museum ethics. Will the Givz App...