Auteur Andrew Pinnock, a former arts funder, is currently a professor in the Music Department, University of Southampton, UK. Text...
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Andrew Pinnock, a former arts funder, is currently a professor in the Music Department, University of Southampton, UK.
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Who funds creative and cultural projects, and why? This concise text analyses how the arts have been funded in a variety of political environments, helping readers understand how politics and economics intersect to support cultural life.
What to expect from this book Part 1 Funding fundamentals 1 The lost half-century: what happened to cultural democracy? 2 Funding: what it means in the context of this book 3 Public expenditures, private interests and the politics connecting them 4 On cultural economics: time, money and the value of the arts Part 2 A framework for funding 5 The art of the possible 6 New economies 7 Old stable economies 8 Declining economies 9 Command economies Part 3 Funding failures 10 Grants for individual artists: on false hope and the false promise of "open access" funding programmes 11 The grantexchange continuum: rent-seeking, proxy purchase and the payment of reparations 12 The grantexchange continuum: rent-seeking, proxy purchase and he payment of reparations Part 4 Funding futures 13 The direction of public policy Collected chapter abstracts
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Funding the Arts
Politics, Economics and Their Interplay in Public Policy