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Summary: Cultural Management as a Science The book »Cultural Management as a Science« focuses on the fundamen- tals, developments and perspectives in arts and cultural management in relationship to scientific theory and approaches. This book provides a foundation, as well as an easily accessible, scientific approach to the sub- ject of »cultural management«. In addition to the presentation of the va- rious approaches and methods of cultural management, as well as the related questions and challenges, qualitative and quantitative methods for empirical

Cultural Management and the Discourse of Practice CONSTANCE DEVEREAUX science, digital humanities, cultural studies, to name a few – has been More than a mere hybrid (i.e. the combined study of culture and man- agement), cultural management is broadly interdisciplinary by nature. It straddles, sometimes uncomfortably, the boundaries between the social sciences, the humanities, management, and the arts, neither accepting a place, nor fully accepted – in many universities – squarely within the camp of any one of these disciplines. Moreover, the term ‘cultural

Professional Amateur Artists and Cultural Management MIGUEL PEROMINGO* Consultant International Migration and Cultural Management Abstract When dilettantism rose in the 18th century, it was an expression of investigative curiosity and creative passion beyond the existing scientific canon. The innovative drive of dilettantes was soon afterwards belittled by the establishment and disappeared into the equation dilettante = charlatan, used until today. The pioneering spirit of dilettantism, however, re­materialized in the professional amateur (pro­am), a societal

* Email: ‘Southern’ perspectives about cultural management: some thoughts LORENA VICINI* PhD Candidate at Kunsthochschule Kassel Abstract In this essay I pursue the idea about what “decolonizing art institutions” can mean and draw on some examples coming from São Paulo, where I am from. Taking the discussions about institutional critique as starting point, this essay points out how we can learn from artistic practices in order to think about power relations and mechanisms of cultural institutional operation. Thinking that the

Doing Cultural Policies – Doing Cultural Management TASOS ZEMBYLAS IM INTERVIEW MIT BEATE FLATH Beate Flath: Unser Gespräch ist eine Weiterführung einer Podiums- diskussion, die im Rahmen der Tagung to be related. gender*culture* management. Eine inter- und transdisziplinäre Tagung stattfand. Daran anknüpfend würde ich sehr gerne mit folgender Einstiegsfrage beginnen: Wenn Sie die Begriffe gender, culture, management hören, an welche Verbindungslinien denken Sie dabei spontan als Erstes? Tasos Zembylas: Kultur taucht, aus meiner Perspektive

Audience development in the migratory society Insights for cultural institutions based on current research VERA ALLMANRITTER* Selbstständige Kulturmanagerin, Berlin Abstract Barely a decade ago cultural management in Germany recognized migrants and their descendants as an important audience segment in the strategic planning of cultural institutions. Since then, empirical audience research has focused on this issue and cultural institutions have been active in trying to develop audience development strategies for this specific group. However, it is clear

Twenty-One Ways to Work With Art
Brasilianisch-deutsche Interferenzen in Bezug auf Kulturpolitik und Menschenbild in der Nachkriegszeit
Series: Histoire, 182