Call for Papers – Vol. 3 of Irish Journal of Arts Management & Cultural Policy

The Editorial Board of the Irish Journal of Arts Management and Cultural Policy is now seeking submissions of research articles, and proposals for book reviews, by academics and practitioners for Volume 3 of the Journal. Submissions should address topics concerning Ireland or Northern Ireland, may focus on any of the following areas:

  • cultural policy
  • arts and cultural management
  • cultural tourism
  • creative industries
  • cultural economics and marketing
  • heritage and museum studies
  • governance and administration
  • audience development and participation
  • philanthropy/fundraising
  • cultural finance
  • production / consumption
  • arts and education

The Journal is published annually and edited by an Editorial Board comprised of Irish academics. All research-based submissions are blind peer-reviewed by an international panel of academics and practitioners. If you are interested in submitting to the journal, please email a brief abstract and article title to by 1 April 2015. Final submissions (4,000-5,000 words) will be due 1 June 2015. Full submission guidelines and further details may be found at

Volume 2 (2014) of the Irish Journal of Arts Management and Cultural Policy ( is also now available! Contents include:

Shane Finan Transient Places: The Public Benefits of Short-Term Artist-Led Spaces
Sarah Kingston        Just Public Mausoleums? Museums and Intangible Heritage: A Case-study of the National Museum of Ireland – Country Life
Pippa Little, Sarah Moore, Mike Fitzpatrick                 Feelings Matter: How Curatorial Practice can be Informed by Insights on the Dynamics of Artists’ Emotional Experiences
Stephen Hadley Review: Sustaining Cultural Development: Unified Systems and New Governance in Cultural Life (Biljana Mickov and James Doyle, eds.: Ashgate, 2013)
Paraic McQuaid Review: Narrative, Identity, and the Map of Cultural Policy: Once Upon a Time in a Globalised World (Constance DeVereaux and Martin Griffin: Ashgate, 2013)