Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society

Finding a Vortex: Have American Orchestras Squandered Their Supremacy On the American Cultural Scene?
Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society (2016) Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 63-72

In the past half-century, American symphony orchestras (SO) have experienced widely fluctuating fortunes. We examine this period to explain the external and internal issues that have created the fluctuations and the resultant financial difficulties formany SOs. In recent years, SO ...

Arts Audiences: Establishing a Gateway to Audience Development and Engagement
Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society (2016) Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 53-62

Demand for mainline cultural art forms, including symphonies, opera, and jazz, is diminishing. As the arts face challenges concerning shrinking and aging audiences, reaching new consumer segments has become an imperative. The present research empirically examines how external forces related ...


How will technology change the arts world? Who owns what in the information age? How will museums survive in the future? The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society has supplied answers to these kinds of questions for more than twenty-five years, becoming the authoritative resource for arts policymakers and analysts, sociologists, arts and cultural administrators, educators, trustees, artists, lawyers, and citizens concerned with the performing, visual, and media arts, as well as cultural affairs. Articles, commentaries, and reviews of publications address marketing, intellectual property, arts policy, arts law, governance, and cultural production and dissemination, always from a variety of philosophical, disciplinary, and national and international perspectives.The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society is an authoritative resource for the field of performing, visual, and media arts in particular and cultural affairs more generally. Articles, commentary, and book reviews address current and ongoing issues in arts policy, management, law, and governance from a range of philosophical and national perspectives. The journal seeks to increase communication and foster understanding among artists, public and private policymakers, cultural administrators, trustees, patrons, scholars, educators, and lawyers. Diverse disciplinary viewpoints are represented, encompassing aesthetics, economics, history, law, organizational management, political science, and sociology. A broad range of issues are addressed within the journal. Management topics might involve finance, labor relations, fundraising, marketing, or technological impacts; legal topics might include copyright, censorship, or trustee obligations; and cultural topics might involve education, historical preservation, or cultural diversity.

Publisher Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
ISSN (Print) 1063-2921
Indexed 293 articles

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