Arts Management Special Issue on Cultural Inequalities out
The new special edition of the Arts Management Newsletter on cultural inequalities is out now here: http://artsmanagement.net/.
international Winter School for master and Ph.D. Students in Berlin
We are happy to announce the programme of our first Winter School “Brokering Intercultural Exchange within Societies” for master and Ph.D. students. This three days intensive programme is taught by international researchers and practitioners alike, will be a mixture of different formats, and will allow for new practice and theory based insights regarding the relationship of the wider socio-political issues of cultural rights, particularly cultural inequality, inclusion and exclusion. Excursions to selected arts institutions will also be included in the programme.
The Winter School, that we host in cooperation with MitOst e.V. and the Robert Bosch Cultural Managers Network, will take place in the centre of Berlin, November 28 – 30, 2018.
More information on lecturers, location, programme etc. can be found here.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact
Prof. Dr. Raphaela Henze, MBA at email@example.com
New publication on Art Leadership in Contemporary Contexts
Arts Leadership in Contemporary Contexts (Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies) by Associate Professor Jo Caust, Principal Fellow (Hon), School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne, Jo.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Readers will find several case studies demonstrating different aspects of arts leadership from across the globe.
It is available in hard cover (ISBN: 978-1-138-67731-9 hbk) and in e book format (ISBN: 978-1-315-55959-9 ebk). For the next few weeks the book is available at a 20% discounted rate if you use the code on the flyer.
New publication on International Arts Management
Introduction to International Arts Management explains and critically examines how arts managers from more than 40 countries across the world respond to the various phenomena of globalisation, digitalisation and migration. It also analyses the manner in which cultural institutions become more international in nature. Real-life case studies and experiences from numerous practitioners as well as an international comparison of those specific challenges and opportunities illuminate how practicing in international and transcultural contexts is now inevitable. This book presents the basic concepts, theories and terminology required for this kind of work in addition to providing an overview of the daily tasks and challenges involved. It will be of interest to practicing and aspiring arts managers who wish to develop a further understanding of the complex way in which the field is developing.
- The globalisation and internationalisation of arts management
- International and intercultural/transcultural arts management in practice
- Case studies and field reports
- Service section
This book will be of interest to lecturers and students of arts management as well as arts managers confronted by an increasingly international range of tasks within a changing global cultural landscape
The author: Prof. Dr. Raphaela Henze, MBA, is Professor of Arts Management at Heilbronn University, Germany and Co-Investigator of the international and interdisciplinary network, Brokering Intercultural Exchange.