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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Olin Robison; Robert Freeman; Charles A Riley; Salzburg Seminar.
|Notes:||Based on the Salzberg Seminar's special session on the economics of the arts held Dec. 1993.|
|Credits:||Based on the Salzberg Seminar's special session on the economics of the arts held Dec. 1993.|
|Description:||xxii, 175 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Public policy. Changing philosophies for the arts in the century ahead / Robert Freeman --
The new philanthropy for the new Europe / John Brademas --
Public policy : corporate culture : public culture / Robert Hewison --
Our business and our art / Jane Alexander --
Arguing for government support of the arts : an American view / J. Mark Davidson Schuster --
Tax legislation and funding / Karla W. Simon. The role of private philanthropy. Corporate funding for the arts / Marilyn Laurie --
The art museum and the public / Marilyn Perry --
Building an educational and cultural network for Eastern Europe / George Soros. The artist's perspective. Caught between revolver and checkbook / Hans Haacke --
Art : a casualty of our age / Matthias Kriesberg. Arts in the community. A fall from grace : the best of times, the worst of times / Charles S. Moffett --
Green leaves / Adam Pollock --
Selling the arts / Myra Janco Daniels --
Arts in the community in Northern Ireland / Philip Hammond --
German museums and the American influence / Bernhard Schulz --
The economic importance of the arts in Florence / Laura Carlini. Education and the arts. Education and art in the community / Agnes Gund --
Educational tourism and the economics of the arts / Lisa Hahn. Appendixes.
|Responsibility:||edited by Olin Robison, Robert Freeman, and Charles A. Riley II.|