Author(s): Association of American Cultures
Date of Publication:

Attendees at Open Dialogue IX began the process of crafting future arts policy for people of color in the arts.

Author(s): Arthurs, Alberta; Hodsoll, Frank; Lavine, Steven
Date of Publication:

Based on thirty interviews with leaders in both the nonprofit and for-profit arts sectors, this essay concludes that although most cross-sector activity exists, significant new initiatives are possible in areas including philanthropy, joint ventures to create and disseminate new products, community redevelopment, technology, cultural preservation, and career development. The authors also warn of missteps and the importance of binding but not blurring the goals of the for-profit and non-for-profit arts organizations.

Author(s): Hutchens, James and Zoe, Vivian
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1984

By matching educational needs and graduate program offerings, this study was designed to produce a guide to individuals committed to professional arts management, and in particular for use by three separate groups: directors of arts administration graduate training programs, their potential students, and individuals with the authority and responsibility to hire graduates of such programs.

Author(s): Daniel H. Pink
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 2004

Corporate recruiters have begun visiting top arts grad schools. This approach has often come at the expense of traditional business graduates.

Author(s): Cultural Council of Victoria, TX
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2005

Cultural Council Victoria, TX provides a sample evaluation form, Performance Appraisal.

Author(s): Deborah A. Kaple; Lori Morris, Ziggy Rivkin-Fish; and Paul DiMaggio
Date of Publication: Nov 30, 1996

Describes and assesses data resources on arts organizations that inform policy makers, arts managers, and researchers working in the arts fields

Author(s): Jill Casner-Lotto, Linda Barrington
Date of Publication: Sep 30, 2006

In collaboration, The Conference Board, Corporate Voices for Working Families, The Partnership for 21st Century Skills, and The Society for Human Resource Management conducted an in-depth study of the corporate perspective on the readiness of new entrants into the U.S. workforce by level of educational attainment.

Author(s): Jeffri, Joan
Date of Publication: 1983

In January of 1983, Executive Editor Joan Jeffri led a roundtable discussion with three member of the editorial board ot The Journal of Arts Management and Law who direct graduate-level degree-granting programs in the U.S. The programs represented here offer sampling of the varieties of focus and structure offered in graduate education in the field.

Author(s): Herron, Donna G.; Hubbard, Tamara S.; Kirner, Amy E.; Newcomb, Lynn; Reiser-Memmer, Michelle; Robertson, Michael E. II; Smith, Matthew W.; Tullio, Leslie A.; and Young, Jennifer S.
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 1997

In October 1996, as students in the Master of Arts Management Program at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, we conducted the National Study of Arts Mangers (NSAM) to determine whether a glass ceiling exists in arts management. The project stemmed from an article entitled Power List: 100 Most Important People in Theatre, which appeared in Theatre Week Magazine in August 1995. Out of the one hundred people listed, only sixteen were women. The U.S. Department of Labor defines glass ceilings as those artificial barriers based on attitudinal or

Author(s): Wyszomirski, Margaret Jane
Date of Publication:

In the issues closing essay, the author examines how research in the arts and culture can help to find new ways of thinking about cultural production and policy including the production, financing, marketing, distribution, operation, consumption, and social roles of the arts and entertainment.