Arts and Cultural Programming: A Leisure Perspective / Edition 1
  • Arts and Cultural Programming: A Leisure Perspective / Edition 1
  • Arts and Cultural Programming: A Leisure Perspective / Edition 1

Arts and Cultural Programming: A Leisure Perspective / Edition 1

by Gaylene Carpenter, Doug Blandy
     
 

Arts and Cultural Programming draws on current knowledge of leisure programming strategies for organizations in a variety of recreation settings. The authors provide step-by-step application of basic theory and approaches to designing, implementing, and evaluating one-time events, annual or seasonal events, and yearlong programs

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Overview

Arts and Cultural Programming draws on current knowledge of leisure programming strategies for organizations in a variety of recreation settings. The authors provide step-by-step application of basic theory and approaches to designing, implementing, and evaluating one-time events, annual or seasonal events, and yearlong programs.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736065641
Publisher:
Human Kinetics Publishers
Publication date:
03/03/2008
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

Part I Orientation to Arts and Cultural Programming

Chapter 1 Overview of Arts and Cultural Programming
Gaylene Carpenter, EdD
University of Oregon
Why a Book on Arts and Cultural Programming?
Arts and Cultural Programming: Conceptualizations
Types of Arts and Cultural Programs
The Leisure Perspective
What Leisure Means
What Leisure Contributes
Applying Leisure Concepts to Arts and Cultural Programming
Summary

Chapter 2 Programming Approaches
J. Robert Rossman, PhD
Illinois State University
Programmed Services
Approaches to Programming
Developing Comprehensive Program Services
Summary

Chapter 3 Programming Tasks and Functions
Gaylene Carpenter, EdD
University of Oregon
Tasks and Functions, Functions and Tasks
Needs Assessment in Arts and Cultural Programming
Program Development
Program Implementation
Program Evaluation
Program Modification
Summary

Part II Applying Program Theory to Practice

Chapter 4 Pulling the Pieces Together: Managing Programs
James E. Modrick, MA
Indiana University
Planning
Program Execution
Pulling Together
Summary

Chapter 5 Cultivating Program Audiences
Kristin G. Congdon, PhD
University of Central Florida
Risk Management
Tolerance and Diversity
Encouraging Access
Uniqueness of Arts and Cultural Expressions
Providing Experiences for All
Partnerships and Collaboration
Summary

Chapter 6 Evaluating and Documenting Programs
Karla A. Henderson, PhD
North Carolina State University
Evaluating Programs
What's in a Definition?
Rationale for Assessment and Documentation
Evaluation: ATrilogy
When to Evaluate
What to Evaluate
Evaluating Personnel, Policies, and Places
Evaluating Programs and Participant Outcomes
Additional Thoughts on Evaluation and Documentation
So Now What?
Summary

Chapter 7 Economics of Programming: Arts Financial Management, From Macro to Micro
Chris N. Burgess
College of Charleston
Chapter Framework
Program Budgeting
A Broader Lens-Building a Financial Management Toolbox
Economic Analytical Tools and Concepts
Calculating Fund-Raising Efficiency
Summary

Chapter 8 Program Marketing
Francois Colbert, MBA, MSc
HEC Montreal
What Is Marketing?
Why Marketing?
Marketing Planning and Program Marketing Planning
Positioning and Brand Management
Program Marketing Planning
Monitoring the Effectiveness of the Marketing Program
Summary

Part III Arts and Cultural Programs in Context

Chapter 9 Festivals
Tom Delamere, PhD
Malaspina University-College
Defining Festival
Unique Characteristics of Festival Programming
Trends and Challenges
Differentiating Between Programming and Packaging
Innovative Programming in Arts and Cultural Festivals
Elements Requiring Extra Attention by the Programmer
Summary

Chapter 10 Special Events
Gaylene Carpenter, EdD
University of Oregon
Special Events
Arts and Cultural Events
Summary

Chapter 11 Community Arts
Lori L. Hager, PhD
University of Oregon
Definitions
Historical Moments in the Community Arts Field
Principles and Practices
Challenges
Training Artists
Trends in Community Arts Programming
Summary

Chapter 12 Cultural Programming
Doug Blandy, PhD
University of Oregon
Cultural Democracy
Orientations to Cultural Programming
Cultural Programming and Cultural Competence
A Folkloric Orientation to Cultural Programming
Conceptualizing, Designing, and Implementing Cultural Programs
Ethics and Cultural Programming
Summary

Chapter 13 Museums
Janice Williams Rutherford, PhD
University of Oregon
Museum Programming Enhances Leisure Experiences
Museum Theater and Living History
Family Activities
Community Discussions
Museum Programming Challenges
Summary

Chapter 14 Performing Arts Programming
Steven Morrison, MFA
University of Cincinnati
Challenges and Trends
Seeking a Structured Programming Process
Nonprofit Influence on Programming
Programming as a Function of Strategic Planning
Obstacles to Good Programming Decisions
Summary

Chapter 15 Imagining the Future of Arts and Cultural Programming
Gaylene Carpenter, EdD
University of Oregon
Doug Blandy, PhD
University of Oregon
Changing Demographics
Technological Innovation
Economics
Building Community
Enhancing Research
Anticipating Program Interests
Summary

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