Entering Cultural Communities Diversity and Change in the Nonprofit Arts
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Description: Arts organizations once sought patrons primarily from among the wealthy and well educated, but for many decades now they have revised their goals as they seek to broaden their audiences. Today, museums, orchestras, dance companies, theaters, and community cultural centers try to involve a variety of people in the arts. They strive to attract a more racially and ethnically diverse group of people, those from a broader range of economic backgrounds, new immigrants, families, and youth. The chapters in this book draw on interviews with leaders, staff, volunteers, and audience members from eighty-five nonprofit cultural organizations to explore how they are trying to increase participation and the extent to which they have been successful.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Publication date: 3/26/2008
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Figures and Tables|
|Building Arts Participation through Transactions, Relationships, or Both|
|Changing Culture and Practices Inside Organizations|
|Leaders Bridging the Culture Gap|
|Partnering with Purpose|
|Building Youth Participation|
|Diversifying the Arts: Bringing in Race and Ethnic Perspectives|
|High-Tech Transactions and Cyber-Communities|
|Creative Reinvention: From "One Book" to "Animals on Parade"-How Good Ideas Spread Like Wildfire|
|List of Interviews Cited|
|Notes on Contributors|