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Thursday, June 1 • 1:15pm - 2:45pm
Who Supports the Arts -- and How? A Multi-Angle Exploration

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Federal Arts Policy 1957 – 2014. The Rhetoric & The Reality
Duncan Low

This dissertation is concerned with the question: what evidence exists to support the claim that 21st century Canadian arts policy is delivering the support necessary to maintain and build avigorous and sustainable professional arts sector?

“Sticking a name on something”: Resolving the Conceptual Ambiguity of Audience Development
Steven Hadley

Audience Development embodies the aspiration of cultural policy to deliver a different material reality in the consumption of the publicly funded arts. Such a moral imperative is implicit in any system of public cultural subsidy operating in a modern liberal democracy. This paper provides an understanding of how the conceptually ambiguous term of Audience Development became a normative practice in the cultural sector.

Towards constructing Asian model of arts support –– Comparative study of arts support system with a focus on non-institutional actors
Mio Yachita

When a country tries to form a new cultural policy, or to construct a system to support arts, we often compare the strategies of other countries. When the arts management was first introduced to higher education in Japan in the 1990s, numbers of comparative studies has been made with western countries such as the United Sates, Europe and Australia. Almost three decades later, arts managers in Japan are now looking towards Asia. Dynamic and rapid growth of China and South Korea goes without saying: years of exchange contributed not only to the academic studies, but to the creation itself while building networks of experts.

Session Chair: Brann Wry 

Speakers
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Dr Steven Hadley

Lecturer, Speaker and Consultant, Queen's University Belfast
Dr Steven Hadley (MA, MBA, FCMI) is a leading international authority on Audience Development with over 20 years senior management experience. He teaches on the MA in Arts Management and Cultural Policy at Queen's University Belfast and sat on the Department of Culture, Arts and... Read More →
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Dr Duncan Low

Duncan worked for many years in the professional arts sector in the UK and Canada. In 2008 he entered SFU’s Urban Studies program where he examined Vancouver’s 2010 Cultural Olympiad. He has authored several articles on the impact of the 2010 Olympics on the arts community... Read More →
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Dr. Brann Wry

Founding Director, New York University
Co-Founder AAAE, 1976. Founding Director of NYU Steinhardt's Arts Administration Programs. Inter alia: Director NJ State Council on the Arts, Co-Founder NJ Alliance for Arts Education, Member Governor's Commission on Arts Literacy, Panelist, National Endowment for the Arts and... Read More →
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Mio Yachita

Research Associate, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
Yachita resumed her position as Research Associate, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts in October 2016. She has previously served at the Japan Foundation since 2009 and later appointed to Malaysia from 2012 to 2016 as a deputy manager. Her academic inter... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 1:15pm - 2:45pm
QMU Buchanan Room Queen Margaret Dr, Musselburgh EH21 6UU, UK

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