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Arts and Media Management

by

Richard Perkins

18th Edition

Published in 2009 by the Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy,


School of Theatre Studies, University of Warwick, CV4 7AL
©Centre for the Study of Cultural Policy, University of Warwick, 2009

UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK LIBRARY:

GIBBET HILL ROAD, COVENTRY CV4 7AL

TELEPHONE (02476) 522331



INTRODUCTION

Entries have been divided into subject areas, and then listed in alphabetical author sequence.

Items with a Library of Congress classmark (e.g. PN 3229.W6) are at the Central Campus Library (CCL); those with a Dewey classmark are now on Floor 4. Many Government and statistical publications are kept on Floor 4 of the Central Campus Library, and are marked as either Gov Pubs or with a classmark such as 41J, INT A, 431 A etc. Periodicals are split into 3 groups, Arts, Social Science and Science (e.g. Per Arts), and are shelved in alphabetical order within each sequence. Many periodicals are becoming available electronically; they may be accessed through the Library catalogue.

As cultural policy is a multifaceted subject,,items will not be located in one section of the library but scattered in various areas. By noting the various class numbers of items in the subject section of this list, you will have a guide as to where books on a particular aspect of the subject are kept.

Dissertations written by students in previous years are now kept in the Theatre Studies department.

CONTENTS


1. STATISTICS 4

2. CULTURE AND SOCIETY 13

3. CREATIVITY 45

4. POLITICS AND PATRONAGE 56

A. GENERAL 57

B. CENTRAL GOVERNMENT 60

C. LOCAL GOVERNMENT 64

D. POLITICAL PARTIES 69

E. TRADE UNIONS 73

F. ARTS COUNCIL 74

G. REGIONAL ARTS ASSOCIATIONS 79



5. MANAGEMENT 82

A. GENERAL 83

B. ART GALLERIES, MUSEUMS AND CRAFT CENTRES 91

C. BROADCASTING 103

D. COMMUNITY ARTS 125

E. CRAFTS & DESIGN 127

G. DISABLED 135

H. CULTURAL DIVERSITY 138

I. FESTIVALS 142

J. FILM 146

K. MUSIC 159

L. OPERA 180

M. PUBLISHING 183

N. THEATRE 190



6. HOUSING THE ARTS 199

7. FINANCE AND ECONOMICS 203

A. GENERAL 204

B. ACCOUNTING 225

C. FUND RAISING 227

D. SPONSORSHIP 230

E. TAXATION 239

F NATIONAL LOTTERY 241

G THE MILLENNIUM DOME 246



8. LAW 249

9. MARKETING 263

11. LEISURE AND TOURISM 286


1. STATISTICS


ALLIN, P

Statistics on film: what the official statistics show. Cultural trends, 30, 1999, p5-29

Shelved at 41 JN
ARTS COUNCIL OF ENGLAND

Artstat: digest of arts statistics & trends in the UK, 1986/87–1997/98. ACE, 2000

Shelved at NX 750.G7
ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN

Opera tours in England by the major companies 1970-75. AC, 1976

Shelved at pam ML 62.A7
ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN

Visitors to the Hayward Gallery. (Research report 10) -Arts Council 1976

Shelved at pam NX 163.A7
ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN. RESEARCH SECTION

The arts and museums, 1972-73: an Arts Council survey of local authority spending. -Arts Council, 1974

Shelved at NX 750.G7
ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN. RESEARCH SECTION

The arts and museums, 1974-5: an Arts Council survey of local

authority spending. -Arts Council, 1977

Shelved at NX 750.G7


CHARITIES AID FOUNDATION

Charity trends. -Charities Aid Foundation, 1977 -1993

Shelved at 41 J
CRUNCHING numbers: the use of statistics in the cultural sector. Arts Research

Digest, no.14, 1998

Shelved at Arts Abstracts


CULTURAL TRENDS 1

Cinema, film & home video; employment in cultural industries; financing the arts & heritage

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 2

Libraries and literature; drama; audiences for the arts and broadcasting

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 3

Music; opera; dance

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 4

Museums; visual arts; crafts; the art trade; the built heritage

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 5

Funding the arts in seven western countries

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 6

Books, libraries and reading; cinema, film and home video; television

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 7

Drama; music; opera; dance

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 8

Museums and galleries; the art trade; photography; crafts

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 9

Financing the arts and museums; radio

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 10

Books, libraries and reading; cinema, film and home video

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 11

Drama; dance; opera

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 12

Music; amateur arts and crafts; the art trade; museums and galleries

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 13

Television and radio; cinema, film and home video

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 14

Museums and galleries : funding and finance

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 15

Arts festivals; the built heritage

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 16

Libraries and reading; theatre arts

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 17

Television and radio; film and cinema

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 18

Financing the arts; small-scale companies

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 19

Museums & galleries; The music industry

Shelved at 41 JN

CULTURAL TRENDS 20

Employment in the cultural sector; books, libraries & reading

Shelved at 41 JN


CULTURAL TRENDS 21

Television & radio; The crafts in the 1990s

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 22

The performed arts in London & regional theatres; The Arts Council of England grant-aided 'National companies'

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 23

Film, cinema & video; the benefits of public art

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 24

Television & radio; the crafts in the 1990s

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 25

The art trade; Museums & galleries; Film, cinema & video; TV & radio; Employment in the cultural sector.


Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 26
The performing arts; Music & the music industry; Books, libraries & reading; The built heritage.
Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 27
A fair share? : support for cultural activities in the English regions; A learning culture? : trends in vocational education in the cultural sector.
Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 28
Museums, galleries & the Lottery; Museum & gallery statistics; Developing new circus in the UK.
Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 29

Publishing & bookselling in the UK: art & antiques trade: books & art on the internet.

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 30

Statistics on film: tuning into the public interest in radio: English cultural services.

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 31

The UK music industry: comparing the performing arts in Britain, the US & Germany: poverty & access to the arts.

Shelved at 41 JN

CULTURAL TRENDS 32

The built heritage in England; Education provision in the subsidised cultural sector.

Shelved at 41 JN


CULTURAL TRENDS 33

Material culture: conservation in the UK; Public participation in the US

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 34

Audiences for live theatre; The European music industry & European music policy

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 35

Towards a renaissance in urban parks; Access, efficiency & excellence: measuring non-economic performance in the English subsidised cultural sector

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 36

Religious broadcasting on UK television; The changing shape of the book; European funding of culture

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 37

UK museums; Export restrictions, tax incentives & the national artistic patrimony; European cultural statistics

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 38

The value of music in London; Local authority historic parks in the UK

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 39

The funding of professional archaeological practice in England; Figuring out the Dome; Beyond “dusty archives”: the economic benefits of preserving recorded heritage.

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 40

Closing a window on the world: convergence & UK television services for schools; Commercial radio: serving UK communities; The arts in England: developing a survey of attendance, participation & attitudes

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 41

The effect of generational change on classical music concert attendance & orchestra responses in the UK & US; Health & safety in the classical music industry in the UK & Germany; Financing small music businesses in the UK.

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 42

Public library use & users: statistical explorations; Artists in residence in England & the experience of the year of the artist

Shelved at 41 JN

CULTURAL TRENDS 43/44

Discovering research resources: researchers’ use of libraries & other information sources; Pressing the red button – consumers & digital television; Planning for the past – heritage services in local planning authorities in England; Play as the main event in UK & international culture; The economy of time.

Shelved in 41 JN


CULTURAL TRENDS 45

Historic environment; Media – Radio audience research.

Shelved in 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 46

Auditing the historic environment; Volunteering in libraries, museums & archives

Shelved in 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 47

The impact of free entry to museums; The politics of data collection: gathering, analysing & using data about the subsidised cultural sector in England.

Shelved in 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 48

Archives & museums.

Shelved in 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 49

Estimating audiences; Public library trends

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 50

Cultural capital & social exclusion

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 51

Local cultural strategies: Live entertainment at the seaside.

Shelved in 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 52

Developing the evidence base for UK film strategy; Why heritage counts; Research at Arts Council England; Why fund heritage?

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 53

Museums.


Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 54

Craft makers; fashion design.

Shelved at 41 JN

CULTURAL TRENDS 55

Social stratification of arts audiences; indicators for arts policy.

Shelved at 41 JN

CULTURAL TRENDS 56

Rescuing our neglected heritage; Cross-country comparisons of cultural statistics.

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 57

Beyond advocacy; Extending the cultural research infrastructure; Museums – impact & value.

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 58/59

Cultural capital & inequality.

Shelved at 41 JN
CULTURAL TRENDS 60

Include us out: economic development & social policy in the creative industries; Community consultation in developing museum projects: a case study using the repertory grid technique; Business giving, the tsunami & corporates as rock stars: some implications for arts funding?

Available online via Library catalogue
CULTURAL TRENDS 61

Cultural honours & career promotion: reconceptualizing prizes in the field of cultural production; Public & popular: British & Swedish audience trends in factual & reality television; The future of defunct religious buildings: Dutch approaches to their adaptive re-use.

Available online via Library catalogue
CULTURAL TRENDS 62

Measuring the size & concentration of business funding of culture in the UK: closing the gap between advocacy & theory; Participation studies & cross-national comparison: proliferation, prudence & possibility

Available online via Library catalogue

CULTURAL TRENDS 63

Measuring the impact of free admission; Determinents of impact: towards a better understanding of encounters with the arts; the Gramppian Hills: an empirical test for rent-seeking behaviour in the arts.

Available online via Library catalogue


CULTURAL TRENDS 64

The golden age of the arts?: taking part survey findings on older people and the arts; The Social stratification of cultural consumption: some policy implications of a research project.

Available online via Library catalogue
CULTURAL TRENDS Vol.17 no.1, 2008

Museum collections & sustainability; The cultural value of heritage: evidence from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Available online via Library catalogue
CULTURAL TRENDS Vol.17 no.2, 2008

Cultural mapping & sustainable communities; Understanding arts audiences; Making music in traditional societies.

Available online via Library catalogue
CULTURAL TRENDS Vol.17 no.3, 2008

Two cultures – the use & non-use of hypotheses in cultural policy research; The concentric circles model of the cultural industries; patterns of inequality in private funding of culture across the UK; Supporting excellence in the arts – from measurement to judgement; The Arts Council England’s Arts Debate; heritage protection for the 21st century.

Available online via Library catalogue
CULTURAL TRENDS Vol.17 no.4, 2008

The Consequences of instrumental museum & gallery policy.

Available online via Library catalogue
DAVIES, R

Artists in figures: a statistical portrait of cultural occupations. ACE, 2003

Link available on catalogue
ERIES source index of cultural statistics in Europe. EC, 1996

Shelved at ref 4 JN


EUROPEAN AUDIOVISUAL OBSERVATORY

Film, television & new media in Europe: statistical yearbook CoE, 1994-

Shelved at 4 C 91
EUROPEAN AUDIOVISUAL OBSERVATORY

Focus 2006: world film market trends. CoE, 2006

Shelved at INT C 91
EUROSTAT

Statistics on audiovisual services: data 1980-1999. Eurostat, 2001

Shelved at 4 C 91
FEIST, A

International data on public spending on the arts in 11 countries. ACE, 1999

Shelved at qto HP 2095.I6
FLEMING, M C

INSTAT: international statistics sources: subject guide to sources of international comparative statistics 2 vols Routledge, 1995

Shelved at ref INT A
FLEXTECH TELEVISION

Landscape: the reference handbook for multichannel tv 4th ed. Flextech, 2001

Shelved at 41 JN
GREAT BRITAIN. Department for Culture, Media & Sport

Creative industries mapping document 2001. HMSO, 2001

Shelved at NX 750.G702
GREAT BRITAIN. PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS. EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND ARTS COMMITTEE. Session 1981-82

Public and private funding of the arts. Vol 1-3. -HMSO, 1982

Shelved at 41 M 39
HACON, D

Statistical survey of regularly & fixed-term funded organisations, based on performance indicators for 1998/99. Arts Council of England, 2000

Shelved at NX 711.G7
HUTCHISON, Robert

A hard fact to swallow. -Policy Studies Institute, 1983

Shelved at pam NX 28.G7
IFPI

The recording industry in numbers; 2001. IFPI, 2002

Shelved at INT JN
LEISURE FORECASTS 1992 - 1996: the concise guide to leisure markets

Leisure Forecasts, 1991

Shelved at 41 JN
MANN, Peter H

The audience for orchestral concerts. -Arts Council, 1974

Shelved at pam ML 62.M2
MINTEL

Performing arts UK. 2008

Available online via Library website
MYERSCOUGH, J

Facts about the arts -2: a summary of statistics. –PSI, 1986

Shelved at 41 JN
NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE ARTS

Facts about the arts. 3rd ed. NCA, 1995

Shelved at NX 711.G7
SCREEN DIGEST 1991-

Statistics & reports on cinema & film, tv, cable & satellite, broadband, mobile media & games.

Available online via Factiva
SELWOOD, S

Measuring culture. Spiked-online.com, December 2002


SELWOOD, S

The politics of data collection: gathering, analysing & using data about the subsidised cultural sector in England. Cultural Trends 47 p.13-72

Shelved in 41 JN
SELWOOD, S

The UK cultural sector: profile & policy issues. PSI, 2001

Shelved at NX 750.G708
SOCIETY OF WEST END THEATRE

West End theatre audience 1990/1. Society of West End Theatre, 1991

Shelved at qto PN 2596.L7
SOCIETY OF WEST END THEATRE

Box Office data report.-Society of West End Theatre, 1992-1996

Shelved at per Arts
STATISTICS on audiovisual services, 1980-1999. Eurostat, 2001

Shelved at 4 C 91


TARGET group index: attendance at cultural events 1986/87 – 2001/02. Social trends, 33

Shelved at ref 41 JN

Also available on UK government statistics web site

http://www.statistics.gov.uk
UK FILM COUNCIL

Film in the UK 2002. Film Council, 2003

Available via Library catalogue




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