Author(s): Szántó, András; Levy, Daniel S.; Tyndall, Andrew
Date of Publication: Apr 01, 2005

The National Journalism Program at Columbia University's Reporting the Arts studied trends in space, format, and coverage of the arts and culture in daily newspapers from 10 communities and from selected national news outlets.

Author(s): Copeland, John
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2005

This brief case study review the goals and outcomes of Revel. Inc. efforts to Revels, Inc. sought to position itself as the premiere provider of wholesome “family edu-tainment” by providing a free celebration for the city of Boston. In collaboration with The Children’s Museum of Boston, they mutually agreed to provide a free celebration on the grounds of the Museum to be held on the longest day of the year – the summer solstice.

Author(s): Grant, Daniel
Date of Publication: Jul 31, 2004

The subject of art, copyright protection and the Internet are explored in this article.

Author(s): Theis, Suanne and Stoilis, Kim
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2004

Everyones Internet (Ev1. Net) Art Car Weekend is an annual public art festival in Houston, Texas that celebrates the drive to create. It draws more than 1,400 participating artists from around the U.S., Canada and Mexico and a live audience of more than 150,000 for a parade and related events. Now 18 years old, this event has inspired other art car events throughout the US, but Houston's Art Car Weekend is a signature event, the biggest and best. This case study discusses the need and process of gaining sponsorships for the program.

Author(s): Bush, Robert
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2003

In communities of all sizes, United Arts Ffunds (UAF) are working to broaden the base of support for the arts, promote excellence in the arts and arts management, and to ensure that arts organizations are financially stable.

Author(s): Colbert, Francois
Date of Publication: Oct 01, 2003

It is around the particularities of cultural marketing that entrepreneurship and leadership in marketing the arts must be articulated. The marketing process in the arts starts with the creative work; the manager cannot modify this core product. Thus the marketing process in the arts is conceptually different from that in other fields.

Author(s): Walker, Chris and Sherwood, Kay
Date of Publication: May 01, 2003

"Many arts organizations are discovering that where people choose to attend arts and cultural events can be crucial to developing effective strategies for reaching broader and more diverse audiences. New research finds that more people attend arts and cultural events in community venues--such as open air spaces, schools, and places of worship--than in conventional arts venues, such as concert halls, theaters, museums, and art galleries. Although audiences for events held in both types of venues overlap, about one-fourth of the people who participate in arts and culture do so only in

Author(s): Hirsch, Jim
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2003

The Chicago Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA) is the not-for-profit presenting organzation that manages the 3,600 seat Chicago Theatre at 175 N. State STreet in downtown Chicago. This case study shows how CAPA developed a large Database of email addresses of people who either attended events or expressed an interest in receiving information about upcoming events. Special emphasis is given to the African American and Hispanic patron for audience development. This case study is a complete analysis of the entire intitiative.

Author(s): Arnold, Mark J. and Tapp, Shelley R.
Date of Publication: Jan 31, 2003

This research investigates the case of non-profit arts organizations. The results show that organizational formalization, external integration, total marketing effort, and managerial self-confidence influence the direct marketing techniques implemented by the firm.

Author(s): Koblin Schear, Susan
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2003

Marketing Your Organization in Tough Times reports on National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) roundtable discussion held in New York City on November 14, 2002. Participants shared the challenges and concerns they faced for marketing their organizations during tough times.