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New group to promote business arts partnerships in Western Sydney

Business, arts and government leaders from Sydney's western suburbs will work for stronger links between business and the arts.

More than 140 people attended a Business Arts Forum in Parramatta organised by the Riverside Theatres and the Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF). They agreed to form a group to generate links between businesses and the arts in the west.

Speakers said there is a wealth of cultural activity in the west, providing scope for arts organisations and business to work together for mutual benefits. AbaF Councillor and Managing Director of Aussie Home Loans, John Symond said: Partnerships with the arts can work for businesses of any size. To mix with creative people and link your brand with creative community activities provides a great bonus for staff and clients?

AbaF's Executive Director, Winsome McCaughey said: The people of Western Sydney will be the winners when there is more business support for the arts. Partnerships help the arts to prosper, and make business more creative.
Management Topic: Organisation & Leadership
Cultural Area: General
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 26, 2002

Art Forum Berlin

The International Fair for Contemporary Art, September 26-30/2002

The Art Forum Berlin turns the classical white cube Gallery yet again as is shown by its brilliance of presentation. With familiarity and rememberence of origin the Gallery makes a great impression on the public and inspires a new course of function.
Artistic Director Sabrina Van Dirley and Project Manager Kirsten Günther blight through an everchanging tone reflecting in a way the structure and interior design much like the now modern art expressions are to our enviroments.
Management Topic: Miscellaneous
Cultural Area: Museum+Visual Arts
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 26, 2002

International Gallery of Art

International Gallery of Art and Information
Ulandstraße, Berlin October 05/2002

Considering art for appreciation is an emotional yet formal process for investors and collectors. Showing efforts and workings of thought brings to life a craftsmanship that aesthetic onlookers have been missing. Qualities that again incorporate Berlins young and older artisans suggesting that a detailed idea is worth more.
Management Topic: Miscellaneous
Cultural Area: Museum+Visual Arts
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 26, 2002

Across the Bridge Exhibition

Across the Bridge - Werktage Building Berlin-Mitte, September 3rd/2002

Built in the early 1900s, the Werktage is currently undergoing a renovation of it´s interior components and now houses not only the gallery and studio spaces, but also the craft- and print-shops and musical studios. The Werktage is an incredible environment for exhibitions, opening up the collected arts and producing an invigorating atmosphere to experience.
Across the Bridge, which began in 1996, has branched out far beyond it´s home in Long Island City with showings across the continents. This is hardly suprising since the artists themselves originate from all corners of the world including Venezuela, Italy, Germany, Peru and the U.S. With expansion has come transformation and the current form (what is another word for this, I am thinking as in evolution) of Across the Bridge is both inspiring and informative.
Management Topic: Miscellaneous
Cultural Area: Museum+Visual Arts
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 26, 2002

Pfizer Award for Emerging Arts Manager

The first winner of the Pfizer Award for Emerging Arts Managers is Kay Kanbayashi who is Executive Assistant and Project Co-ordinator at the Canadian Music Centre in Toronto. Kay is a graduate of the Arts Management Co-op Program at the University of Toronto at Scarborough.
Management Topic: Job & Training
Cultural Area: General
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 26, 2002

Raising Finance for Commercial Theatre Productions

Commercial Producers had an early Christman present last year, courtesy of the Government. In an article in Prompt, published by the Theatrical Management Association in UK, Neil Adleman of Harbottle and Lewis explains how the grippingly titled "Financial Services and Markets Act 2000" is a vital piece legislation of which producers need to be aware.
Management Topic: Miscellaneous
Cultural Area: Theatre+Dance
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 15, 2002

Job Seeking Arts Managers

The specific positions available at an arts organization will depend on the organization's activities and the size of its budget and staff.
ACCESS, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the non-profit sector and those who wish to work in it, made an interview with Ande Diaz (Harvard Office of Career Services) about the specific situation for arts managers while job seeking. Her opinion: "Successful Arts Management Job Seekers Combine Artistic Passion with Non-profit Savvy".
Management Topic: Job & Training
Cultural Area: General
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 15, 2002

The Performing Arts in a new era

Several of the authors of CAN’s essays about the field of community arts refer to a devastating RAND study of the financial prospects for U.S. performing-arts organizations. The same study, mentioned in APInews #25, has been quoted at every arts conference since it came out in September 2001.
Small organizations, its says, will probably survive by looking to their communities, and large organizations will harvest the big philanthropic bucks. It’s the mid-sized groups that have to worry. The study, "The Performing Arts in a New Era" by Kevin McCarthy, Arthur Brooks, Julia Lowell and Laura Zakaras, costs $20 in paperback, but it’s available as a free download from RAND's Web site. The site also offers a quick-reading research brief.
Management Topic: Organisation & Leadership
Cultural Area: General
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 15, 2002

Story Line 01 Historische Museen

Der Akt des Sammelns ist kein einfacher. Denn kulturelle Angelegenheiten haben politische Implikationen.
Im Rahmen der Projektreihe "storyline" besucht "schnittpunkt" die Schausammlungen von unterschiedlichsten Museen in Wien um aufzuspüren, welche Blickwinkel in den jeweiligen Dauerausstellungen präsentiert werden. Der Akt des Sammelns stellt ja im Selbstverständnis dieser Institutionen eine Kernaufgabe dar. Wie wird aber diese Kernaufgabe an die Öffentlichkeit getragen?
Management Topic: Miscellaneous
Cultural Area: Museum+Visual Arts
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Oct 07, 2002

Arts Marketing Gets the Full Service - fuel4arts.com

fuel4arts.com delivers free marketing tools and ideas to professional arts marketers and artists. The site operates as an online community with over 7,000 members from all over Australia and over 60 countries internationally, including: USA, UK, Canada, Singapore and New Zealand.

fuel4arts assists the arts industry to meet the challenges of 21st century audiences by providing the latest in arts marketing resources, publications and networking opportunities. The website uses leading web technologies to
allow members to personalise the range of online marketing information to best meet their needs.

Membership is free and you can join up online to gain immediate access to all resources. fuel4arts content is sourced globally and served according to key marketing strategies, challenging many of the traditional approaches to arts marketing. Users can access the latest information on:
* Customer Service & Relationships
* Market Research & Audience Analysis
* Strategy & Tactics
* Subscriptions, Group Sales & Ticketing
* Advertising, Publicity, Promotion & Public Relations
* Database Marketing, Direct Mail, Telemarketing & Online
* New Audience Development
* Membership, Funding, Sponsorship and Philanthropy

Professor Joanne Scheff, co-author of 'Standing Room Only: Strategies for Marketing the Performing Arts' and consultant to arts organisations in the USA, Canada, South America and the UK, says:

"I am excited by the potential of fuel4arts - it's a unique and innovative arts marketing resource providing arts managers in Australia and around the globe easy access to highly valuable and timely information."

fuel4arts is produced by Ripe Online who has brought together a team of some of Australia's leading arts and online marketers and developers including Tim Roberts, Emily Walker and Tess Dryza.

fuel4arts is a project of the Australia Council, the Commonwealth Government's arts funding and advisory body. The website was originally launched in 1998 in response to one of the Australia Council's Audience Development and Marketing Division's core goals of enhancing marketing practices and skills nationally.

www.fuel4arts.com
...marketing tools and ideas to take your work further
Management Topic: Marketing & Communication
Cultural Area: General
Submitted by editor-in-chief on Sep 30, 2002
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