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Abstract During the Cold War period, the scope of the “culture” presented in public diplomacy was vastly broad, and not all genres of arts, culture, and education were valued with the same weight. For each area, the political environments were different, and the policy tools were differentiated,...
Abstract This article examines career building for visual artists, whereby a successful career is defined as exhibiting work, reaching a wide audience, and making a living by selling art. Using insights from management, marketing, entrepreneurship, and sociology, the authors develop a conceptual...
Abstract Increasing attention to cultural equity in the arts focuses on the power of the arts to address social inequity. Many also recognize that arts organizations must attend to these issues in their organizational practices in order to promote equity and disrupt historic power structures....
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