For Art's Sake? Society and the Arts in the 21st Century

For Art's Sake? Society and the Arts in the 21st Century
Library Shelf Location 08.COWL
Publication Date 2004
Description The arts and cultural sector are at a crossroads. Since 1997 arts provision has been extended and has developed new and innovative approaches to engagement with all levels of society. This has been supported by record increases in spending from government, local government, the Lottery and corporate doners. However, in the current financial climate tought choices will have to be made. This book argues that the arts can no longer rely on advocacy but must begin to develop a robust evidence base that underpins the unique contribution that the arts can make to society. This book explores the impact of investment in the arts on wider social goals, especially in the areas of education, mental health, communtiy cohesion and offender rehabilitation.
ISBN 1860302335
Quantity 1
Pages 146
Editor Jamie Cowling
Authors Mike White, Peter Hewitt, Professor Gerald Lidstone, Peter Muschamp, Professor John Geddes, Dr Andrew Miles, Peter Wrench, Alan Clarke
Formats Paperback, Report
Publisher Institute for Public Policy Research
Category Education/Learning
Keywords Community, Corporate sponsorship, Arts Management, Mental Health
Related Country/Global Region Britain/UK
Language English

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