Arts & Business Ni With 30 Years Experience In Driv Arts And Business

The modules will enhance your business practice skills, and through the research element of the programme, you’ll develop your critical analysis skills as well as detailed knowledge within a chosen specialist area. It also provides art law basics for operating in the art business environment. If you are interested in developing a career in the business of art, this masters level course will prepare you for the opportunities lying ahead. You will develop the key skills and gain the knowledge to understand global art markets within ever-changing artistic, cultural and economic environments.

To make this happen, our extensive network connects the arts and business communities. Fundamental to our impact is to provide training and consultancy which will drive best practice and learning for both sectors. All of our work celebrates the courage of business and individuals in supporting the arts and culture of the UK.

Art Business Ma

In this role she was responsible for managing successful partnerships with 71 suppliers. Maeve volunteers with Marie Curie and Culture Night Belfast, and is a passionate supporter of the arts. This book investigates such potentialities, discussing the limits and challenges of these new forms of relating.

  • To make this happen, our extensive network connects the arts and business communities.
  • A strong point of view and conviction in their capabilities usually typifies the most successful idea-revealers.
  • Where one is providing symbolic and aesthetic immersion, the other is creating goods for a market and markets for a good.
  • To be a true visionary in art or business, idea-revealers must scrutinise their own values and transfer these values to their work.

They often deal and struggle with the same issues, framing it differently and finding different solutions. Nicolas Cole, one of the most viral columnists on the internet with more than 100 million views on his writing, is pulling back the curtain. The shared aims of artists and entrepreneurs suggest that not only can they happily co-exist in the cultural scene; they are increasingly supportive – even reliant – upon each other. Together, they are showing society the impossible and proving that the future is actually obtainable right now. They deliver sponsorship training and support to the arts to help build their capacity to develop relationships with, and bring in funding from, the private sector. They deliver training, advice and support in arts sponsorship and engagement with business to the arts.

Intelligence And Security Studies

A study trip to TEFAF gives you access to the most important art and antiques fair in the world while a further study trip to Art Basel offers you insights into the most important contemporary art fair. Apart from frequent visits to London, the course offers two optional study trips. The relatively small campus has a friendly, creative feel and benefits from recently refurbished workshops and studios, a reception area with a gallery, art shop and space, and the light and airy open-plan learning resources centre.

They advocate and broker business based creative development to position the arts as a catalyst to help achieve business solutions, while securing new income streams for the arts and cultural sector. Arts & Business is one of the leading global experts in developing private and public sector partnerships with the arts. We connect companies, communities and individuals to cultural organisations and provide the delivery, expertise and insight for their relationships to thrive, for their mutual benefit and that of the wider community. Total spending on arts sponsorship in North America was $993 million in 2017; expected to break the $1 billion mark for the first time this year. Anke Strauß is an Organisation Researcher at Viadrina European University, Germany, and co-founder of “Corporate Bodies,” a festival of film and organisational theory. In collaboration with the performance artist Christina Ciupke, she is currently working on a project that engages with artist-run organisations and the performativity of utopian thinking for (re-)organising cultural labour.