I’m delighted to announce we’ve just published the latest volume of the Irish Journal of Arts Management and Cultural Policy. It’s a special issue featuring the edited proceedings of the 2014 summer conference on ‘Mapping an Altered Landscape: Cultural Policy and Management in Ireland‘. Guest edited by Dr Niamh NicGhabhann from University of Limerick, it features contributions from a range of speakers on the day, who offer candid and contemporary views of the cultural sector and public finance, the role of local authorities, policy, the working lives of artists, and a range of other topics. The journal also features introductory essays by Niamh and conference organisers Pat Cooke and Kerry McCall, as well as a postscript by former Minister for Education Ruari Quinn.
You can download the entire issue here, or visit the www.culturalpolicy.ie to download individual contributions by:
- Gerry Godley (Principal & Managing Director, Leeds College of Music)
- Clare Duignan (Independent Director & Business Advisor)
- Peter Hynes (Chief Executive, Mayo County Council)
- Alan Counihan (Artist)
- Mary Carty (Entrepreneur, Arts Consultant, Author)
- Conor Newman (Chair, Heritage Council)
- Ruari Quinn (Minister for Education and Skills, 2011-14)
4 thoughts on “Just published: Vol. 3 of Irish Journal of Arts Management & Cultural Policy”
Looks terrific. Well done. Look forward to reading it after tomorrow. David
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Delighted I got to see you in person, talking to Emma Bennison at the Creative Connections conference last week. I was one of the delegates, soaking it all up.
Thanks Derbhile, it was a wonderful conference and I enjoyed it tremendously! Such inspiring work being created by all the speakers: Arts & Disability Ireland is such a valuable resource, and I was pleased to participate.
Padraig was highly complementary about you in his final address. Linking up with people in the mainstream arts can have powerful ripple effects.
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