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Course type: Master +2
Value in ECTS: 3
Bibliographic references available on the University Library website
Academic year 2010/2011 - Fall semester
After a general overview of cultural policies and of economics of art and culture, the course will introduce the main trends in the field of cultural management. Particular attention will be paid to the role of the cultural sector as a resource for local development connected to the tourism and environmental sector. Through European expert guest speakers and case studies, course participants will be introduced to the main issues of cultural networks and districts and the development of inter-sectorial projects in intercultural settings.
- Arts, economics and management: basic issues, trends and convergence
in public, for-profit and non-profit cultural institutions
- Economics of art and culture; demand and supply
- Formulation, implementation and evaluation of cultural projects
- Strategic planning in the cultural sector
- Strategic planning and event management: the case of cultural cities in Europe
- Fundamentals of art and culture organizations; organizational design, coordination, organizational growth
- Informal and formal network in the cultural sector
- Cultural networks: museums and theatres.
- From cultural networks to cultural districts
W.J. Byrnes, Management and the arts, Focal press, Elsevier, Boston,
International Journal of Arts and Management (articles various years 2000-2009).
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