Fundamentals of Arts Management is the classic text in arts management that has been helping professional and volunteer arts leaders learn to connect the arts and community since the first edition was created in 1987. Combining in-the-trenches experience with scholarly research, our authors share practical information and provide cutting edge tools for artists, arts administrators, educators, students, cultural advocates, civic leaders, economic development specialists, regional and urban planners, municipal officers, and human service organizations.
Our trusted reference book Fundamentals of Arts Management is utilized by 45% of college and university arts management programs in the U.S. Updated and expanded, the 6th edition contains 4 new chapters on Art and Cultural Policy, Greening Your Nonprofit Arts Organization, Online Fundraising, and Creative Placemaking; and 14 revised chapters. 6th edition contributing writers include: Tom Borrup, Dee Boyle-Clapp, Maren Brown, Judith Conk, Craig Dreeszen, Maryo Gard, Carol Harper, Dan Hunter, Robert L. Lynch, Halsey and Alice North, Sarah Sutton, and Marete Wester. The 6th edition also features winners from our national photo contest showcasing images from artists and arts organizations from around the country. 2016.
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