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Managing Organisational Success in the Arts
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Introduction: In defence of good management in the arts, David Stevenson. 1. Feeding tomorrow: The Case of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati, USA, Travis Newton. 2. Taking charge of change: The Case of Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Colorado, USA, Constance DeVereaux & Jim Richerson. 3. That's all very well in practice, but what about the theory? The Case of Glasgow Life, Glasgow, Scotland, Mark O'Neill & Robert Rogerson. 4. Purpose, place, people and passion: The Case of the Lammermuir Festival, East Lothian, Scotland, David Stevenson. 5. Breaking ground without breaking stride: The Case of Mesa Arts Center and Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Mesa and Kansas City, USA, Patrick Donnelly. 6. Contingency and context in strategic planning for success: The Case of Northern Ireland Opera, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Steven Hadley. 7. Attractiveness through mystique: The Case of The Culture Yard, Helsingor, Denmark, Konstantinos Karatzias & Katja Lindqvist. 8. Global PR that works: The Case of the State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia, Natalia Grincheva. 9. Episodic volunteer management at festivals: The case of Valletta Film Festival, Valetta, Malta, Lesley-Ann Dickson

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David Stevenson is Head of the Division of Media, Communication and Performing Arts at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Drawing on his academic research alongside 10 years of management experience in the public and private sector, David teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in the fields of Arts Management and Cultural Policy.

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'At last, a book courageously equating arts institutional success with vibrant and visionary leadership, and rejecting the frequent rationalizations for failure on an uncontrollable external environment.'
Thomas W. Morris, Artistic Director Ojai Music Festival, former Chief Executive The Cleveland Orchestra and Boston Symphony

`Focused on real-life examples, this book applies a critical lens to the practices of arts management. Readers will not only learn what approaches were taken and why, but are given the space to question what viewpoints, ideologies and traditions have shaped the decisions that were made.'
Dr Victoria Durrer, Lecturer in Arts Management and Cultural Policy, Queen's University, Belfast

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