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Abstract The basis for understanding public support for the arts in the United States is the absence of any precedent for direct national involvement (Larson 1983). The American approach to culture has rejected any collective state intervention. At root, laissez-faire is a philosophy or practice...
Abstract At the beginning of information revolution, museums were understood to have high hopes for the revenue that digital image licensing (DIL) services might generate. Taking the National Palace Museum, Taiwan, as a case study, this paper applies cultural economics analysis to find out why...
Abstract Each year thousands of students graduate with music degrees and have a diverse range of career paths to choose from. As career trajectories of students diversify to meet current market demands, the range of skills they require also expands. Many students will engage in portfolio careers...
Abstract Arts and cultural sector leaders are increasingly required to work internationally and across cultures—both in other countries and in their own communities. This article analyzes and integrates findings from a recent global study on arts/cultural management in international contexts...
Abstract This article presents a critical discourse analysis of the nexus between Chinese cultural heritage conservation and promotion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is globally well-known and the largest art museum in the United States. Although the museum has collected, restored, and...
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