Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management

The Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management is an online, free to air, fully peer reviewed academic journal. The journal publishes articles about arts and cultural management and cultural policy issues.

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The Asia-Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management is an online, open access, fully peer reviewed academic journal which has been published since 2003. The journal publishes articles that address arts and cultural management and cultural policy issues with an emphasis on research relevant to the Asia-Pacific region. Specific topics covered by the journal include cultural policy, arts funding and law, leadership, management marketing and organisational studies with specific relevance to the arts and cultural sector in the region. From 2012 onwards the journal has been hosted by the Arts and Cultural Management Program at the University of Melbourne.

We aim to publish two volumes annually: one an open edition and the other with a specific theme.

Deadline for consideration of papers:
Open edition
Deadline: 31st August 2013

 
Posted: 2012-12-18 More...
 
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Vol 10, No 1 (2013)

Table of Contents

From the Editor

Editorial PDF
Kate MacNeill

Academic Papers

Suiting the Action to the Word: The Changing Rhetoric of Australian Cultural Policy PDF
Julian Meyrick
Imagining Transnational Cultural Policy PDF
Kate MacNeill, Sarah Reynolds
Creative Australia and the Dispersal of Multiculturalism PDF
Rimi Khan, Danielle Wyatt, Audrey Yue, Nikos Papastergiadis
Fringe to Famous: Bohemians, Entrepreneurs, Audiences and the Enabling State PDF
Tony Moore, Mark Gibson

Industry Papers

Creative Australia: Missed opportunity or new paradigm for a national cultural policy? PDF
Jennifer Craik
Not without irony: Is Asia the new cultural policy moment? PDF
Lesley Alway




Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management; ISSN 1449-1184
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