Arts & Culture Management
Central to the module is the art and culture company. The question is: what does the management process look like in a theatre/concert venue or a museum? What does the product consist of and who is the customer? These processes and the art product, the annual offer of performances in the theatre and concert halls and the art objects exhibited in the museums as a permanent collection or changing exhibitions will be discussed and investigated in this module.
The final destination of this expedition is that you demonstrate you 'understand' and have developed a vision on the variables of the Dutch (or any other country’s) art and culture sector that play a role in the programming of the theatrical and visual art products (expressions) of subsidized art companies. And that this emphasizes the relevance of art. The three variables from which the art company is highlighted are:
1. operational: business operations, programming, public groups, financial management, subsidies, art marketing, (non-)profit providers of culture.
2. policy: substantive and operational aspects, including subsidy requirements, cultural dissemination, cultural vision, cultural participation, art education.
3. art expression: art philosophy, current offer in the field of theatre/music and studying the visual arts from the point of view of the experience of art, art appreciation based on art, theatre and music history.
- The student has developed and described a vision on art in society and specifically on theatrical and visual arts.
- The student acquires substantive knowledge, which can give him access to the specific environment of the world of arts and culture.
- The student can describe the meaning and interference of the government of the arts field.
- The student is able to contact various cultural institutions and talk to employees
- The student gets to know the management process and describes these processes in reports, as practised in the art companies: theatres, concert halls and museums.
- The student is able to make a financial analysis of a podium programme and draw up a budget for a museum.
- The student is eager to learn and curious about the diversity of the arts and culture sector.
- The student is able to give substance to the learning process based on intrinsic motivation and can formulate criteria about the final product with which the student wants to test his level.
- Is able to look critically at his own performance and uses feedback to improve his own performance.
- The student is able to use his own input and the input of the other students for in-depth insight.
- The student is able to communicate in a professional way with fellow students, lecturers, guests and various stakeholders.
- The student is able to report and present the various research assignments in a professional, clear, convincing and fascinating way in writing as well as orally.
Take into account that the art trip abroad is compulsory.
Take into account the extra costs for visiting museums and theatres (35 – 85 Euros) and the compulsory art trip abroad (300 – 390 Euros).
3rd or 4th year Higher Professional Education. Beforehand an intake interview will take place to level expectations..
Testing will take place by means of individual assignments like presentations, reports, participation, company visits, art trips in Holland and abroad. Grading will be in marks 1 – 10.
No extra material needed (libguide available)
Schedules will be published approximately 4 weeks before starting the module. In general students have workshops, lectures etc.. during two days a week.