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Vulnerability in the arts Some basic questions Ulaş Aktaş Over the past few years, vulnerability has become a key concept in the fields of political philosophy, sociology and the educational sciences. There is also un- questionably a special relationship between the concept of vulnerability and the arts. Human vulnerability means that we are subjected to outside interests, inter- ests that may ultimately have a violent impact on our lives. Vulnerability there- fore addresses the ineluctable asymmetry of being impacted by an outside factor against

Financing the Arts The Consequences of Interaction Among Artists, Financial Support, and Creativity Motivation Arjo Klamer & Lyudmila Petrova Discussions of cultural policy usually turn to the subject of financing the arts and culture. Because of limited resources and the imperfections of arts markets, the policy question most often asked is, how do we help artists sustain their creative performance? In a critical review of the state of cultural policy research, Ellis suggests that, when reviewing such stu- dies, we should focus on „the impact of changing

Arts Push Business Welchen Nutzen haben Kunst-Unternehmens- Kooperationen (KUKs) für Unternehmen tatsächlich? CARSTEN BAUMGARTH, MARINA KALUZA, NICOLE LOHRISCH 1. Warum ist der Nutzen von KUKs für Unternehmen zentral für die Nachhaltigkeit von KUKs? Absolut Vodka, eine globale Marke mit schwedischen Wurzeln, startete Mitte der 1980er-Jahre u. a. mit Andy Warhol oder Keith Haring eine intensive und langfristige Zusammenarbeit mit Künstlern für Events, Ausstellungen, die Gestaltung von Werbeanzeigen und Flaschendesign.1 Lego bietet unter dem Namen Serious

77 Meshing Sound Arts Klang und Vernetzung als Gegenstand und Gestaltungsmittel Golo Föllmer mesh [engl.: m ∫]: (n) Masche; (v) ineinander greifen, verzahnen, verbinden 1. Präambel Der Begriff ›Klangkunst‹ steht paradigmatisch für die Öffnung musikalischer Praktiken zu anderen Kunstformen, so wie er für Bildende Kunst und Architektur, für Literatur, Hör- spiel, Tanz etc. die Öffnung zu musikalischen Techniken bedeutet. Der Raum mit allen seinen körperlichen Erscheinungs- und Nutzungsweisen und mit seiner Geschichte wird damit zu musikalischem Material

Arts Management – A Sociological Inquiry Lissabon, September 2009 TASOS ZEMBYLAS - - - International Conference der European Sociological Association Research Stream - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - on, nämlich die in Flandern – dass sich dort KulturmanagerInnen stär- - - - - - - TASOS ZEMBYLAS Research Streams - Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society Research Network Sociology of the Arts Research Networks ARTS MANAGEMENT

The Arts and the People Roy Shaw The Case for Subsidy The arts always have been subsidised, by the Church, kings and emper- ors, the nobility and other wealthy individuals. Apart from the Church, however, early patrons were mainly concerned to provide the arts for themselves or their friends, not for society as a whole. It was only in the nineteenth century, with the increase in the population and the emer- gence of large urban communities of working people, that a need was faintly perceived to provide cultural experience for the many. The historic moment

arts&culture reshaping urban life Ein Deutsch-Italienisch-Tschechisches Art Lab JOHANNA EDER, ALEXANDRA MOHR, PASCALE RUPPEL, VERONIKA ZINSER Interkultureller Austausch ist nichts Neues. Schulen wie Hochschulen be- sitzen hierin reiche Erfahrungsschätze. Besonderes Potenzial liegt jedoch in einem interkulturellen Austausch über den Weg der Kunst. Dies bestä- tigte sich im Sommer 2011 im Rahmen des interkulturellen EU-Förderpro- jekts arts&culture reshaping urban life. RAHMENBEDINGUNGEN Vom 2. bis 10. Juli 2011 begegneten sich ca. 35 Kunststudierende sowie

Caught in Art’s Haze Lu Yinghua The early 1990s was an especially vibrant period for experimenting with the human body as an artistic medium in China’s art history. Starting back in the 1980s and continuing on until now, performance art has been a common thread running throughout China’s contemporary art scene. Initially, this article set out to explore the human body as art, but gradually morphed to include obser- vations and thoughts about the inherent artistic qualities of performance art in general. Upon closer examination of contemporary performance art

Foreign Food and Table Arts Bernhard Waldenfels In contrast to image, sound and even dance, food and drink are not part of the repertoire of traditional sensory learning and do not belong to the core themes of the construction of meaning. At best, they are part of the infrastructure of meaning and reason. In order to convince oneself of the trivial role played by food and drink in traditional philosophy, a glance at the comprehensive German philosophical lexicon Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie will suffice: It lists Esse commune and Essentialism

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