24 August 2014

    Capital of Culture : What is the impact of arts and cultural clustering on local productivity ?

    This is the summary of a paper that was included in a National Endowment for the Arts/Brookings Institution volume published last year. We just uplodaded it to the Nesta working paper series – you can download the paper here. In recent years, academics and consultants (...)

  • Vies et statuts de l’artiste

    L’artiste n’est plus cet individu hors du monde social, figure issue d’une vision réductrice du romantisme, mais il est souvent un travailleur précaire. Pour s’en sortir ou pour créer, il se démultiplie, devient hybride, parfois inclassable, jonglant avec de multiples activités (...)

  • 31 July 2014

    The new art of finance: making money work harder for the arts

    Simon Tait Funding strategies: The Nesta report, available online As the arts and culture face at least another three years of financial uncertainty, Nesta, the lottery-funded innovation foundation, has come up with new funding models to help bring new money to the (...)

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