Publications & Papers

UB Arts Management & Policy Occasional Paper Series

 

         

 

Issue No. 5: The Aesthetic Contract: The Heart of Arts Management


Emeritus Professor John Pick
General Editor, Ruth Bereson

Isbn: 0-9776382-4-3 (Volume 5)


The Aesthetic ContractAn exploration on how the arts manager is ultimately in charge of securing the connection between the 'best art' and the 'best public.'

 

 

 

Professor John Pick founded Europe's first Department of Arts Policy and Management at City University, London. Pick has also held a number of visiting professorships in European and American universities and was twice appointed Gresham Professor of Rhetoric in the City of London. Professor Pick has published extensively and is author of Arts Administration, one of the definitive textbooks in the field. His other books include The West End: Mismanagement and Snobbery; Managing the Arts: The British Experience; The State and the Arts, The Theatre Industry, Vile Jelly: The Birth, Life and Lingering Death of the Arts Council of Great Britain; Building Jerusalem: Art Industry and the British Millennium, and Managing Britannia.

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Issue No. 4: Comparing Funding Models: Conversations at the Hong Kong Arts Festival

藝術資助模式的比較:2008年香港藝術節座談會的對話

General Editor, Ruth Bereson in co-operation with the Hong Kong Arts Festival

Isbn: 0-9776382-3-5 (Volume 4)



Comparing Funding ModelsCovers a symposium at the 2008 Hong Kong Arts Festival, in which different funding models for the arts were compared and contrasted in order to highlight various approaches to policy across the globe.


 

 

Contributors:
Ruth Bereson, Director UB Arts Management Program
Tisa Ho, Director Hong Kong Arts Festival
Robert Sirman, Director, Canada Council for the Arts
Patrick de Clerck, Creative Director Festival van Vlaanderen Brussels
Hyuncha Kim, Director of Events Development, Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture
Pius Knusel, Director, Pro Helvetia, the Swiss Arts Council
Bonny Wong, Head of Charities, the Hong Kong Jockey Club
William Hiu, Executive Director, Charities, the Hong Kong Jockey Club

 

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Issue No. 3:  A Masters of Business Art?

Guest Editor Erica Pastore in co-operation with NUROPE  (2007)

isbn 0-97753282-2-7 (Volume 3)

A Masters of Business Art? This work is a culmination of a year-long process of inquiry undertaken by MA students of Arts Management in   dialogue with others concerned with the study of the field.  Its starting point is Pierre Guillet de Monthoux's Fields of Flow Movie 'A Masters of Business Art', and his book The Art Firm.  Students travelled to Documenta in Kassel, Germany and Gattieres, in Southern France exploring the notions raised in these works.  In Europe they encountered other scholars from the Nomadic University for Art and Enterprise shaping their discussions and inquiry further.  This publication is the result of a journey of inquiry from Buffalo, NY to Kassel and Gattieres,  initiated by a book and a film, formed through an international art event and shaped through many inquiries into different art firms.

 

Contents include:

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UB Arts Management & Policy Occasional Paper Series
Issue No. 2 Lying Abroad:.  A Critical Study of Cultural Diplomacy  (2007)

isbn 0-97763282-1-9 (Volume 2)

 

Lying AbroadThis volume examines the nature of cultural diplomacy and draws from a conference on cultural diplomacy and includes speeches given by Cultural Ambassador Joel Meyerowitz, Karen L. Perez, Singaporean Artistic Director T. Sasitharan, and articles by Emeritus Professor John Pick, Patrick Hughes and Ruth Bereson.

 

Contents include:

  • Understanding Cultural Diplomacy, Ruth Bereson
  • Contemporary Conundrums: The Iraqi National Orchestra's appearance atht Kennedy Center in December 2003, Patrick Hughes
  • Empathy and Education: The Cultural Ambassador in the 21st Century, Joel Meyerowitz
  • Cultural Diplomacy: Nostalgia, or New Directions, Karen L. Perez
  • Consuming Political Appetites, remarks by T. Sasitharan
  • Britain: Its 'Image' and 'Cultural Diplomacy', John Pick
  • The Study of Cultural Diplomacy, Ruth Bereson

 

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UB Arts Management & Policy Occasional Paper Series
Issue No. 1:  Why Manage the Arts?  (Dec 2005)

isbn 0-9776382-0-0 (Volume 1)

 

Why Manage the Arts?

 

 

 

 

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