By Derrick Chong
Featuring this severe review, at a time while curiosity in aesthetics and managements reports is swiftly expanding, Derrick Chong explores an important sub-discipline: arts administration. content material: Arts and the nation -- enterprise and the humanities -- possession and administration of arts corporations -- Arts intake and shoppers -- handling for excellence and inventive integrity -- monetary making an investment within the arts -- Globalization and the paintings global. summary: appropriate for humanities managers and scholars alike, this name deals perception into the creative, managerial and social obligations invaluable for these operating within the box. It takes an interdisciplinary process in analyzing a few of the major impulses informing discussions at the administration of arts and cultural companies. learn more...
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Fourth, multiculturalism has accelerated in the largest Canadian cities such that there has been a radical change in the ethnic and racial composition since the 1960s. e. First Nations, Inuit, and Métis). Indeed John Ralston Saul (2008) has characterized Canada as a Métis country, which adds an important dimension to the conventional English–French duality. There is a case that the arts and culture provision in Canada is via network of coordinated activities in response to the forces shaping the country.
Second, English–French duality – the country is officially bilingual – is a response to the country’s colonial past. Third, geographic expanse – from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean to the Artic Circle – means that the country is made up of regions: the Atlantic (Newfoundland, including Labrador, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia), Quebec, Ontario, the Prairies (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta) and the North (Nunavut, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories), and the West Coast (British Columbia).
Owner-operated businesses represent a form of personal capitalism where ownership and control is vested in the owner-operator or is tightly held; such entrepreneurial initiatives may face succession obstacles when the founder exits (through retirement or death). Audiences and spectators – or customers to use the increasingly common language of marketing – matter in both generating revenue and because artistic production requires artistic reception for the work to be complete. Commercial companies focus on financial measures such as profitability and market share, which result from satisfying customers and some businesses such as the leading auction houses may decide to focus on particular market segments: from the mass affluent – a term from retail banking to denote a growing consumer class earning in excess of $100,000 per annum – at the bottom level, to ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWIs) – a term from private wealth management to indicate an individual or family group with investible assets in excess of $30 million.
Arts management by Derrick Chong