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Privatization and Culture : Experiences in the Arts, Heritage and Cultural Industries in Europe - Peter B. Boorsma

Privatization and Culture

Experiences in the Arts, Heritage and Cultural Industries in Europe

By: Peter B. Boorsma (Editor), Annemoon van Hemel (Editor), Niki van der Wielen (Editor)

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CARlA BODO Board Member of the Cultural Information and Research Centres liaison in Europe (CIRCLE) and Director of the Observatory for the Performing Arts at the Department of the Performing Arts of the Italian Prime Minister's Office, Roma The relation between the public and the private sector in the field of culture, the central theme of this publication, was thoroughly debated during the 1997 CIRCLE Round Table in Amsterdam. It was not the first time CIRCLE addressed this issue. In 1988 CIRCLE'S Bureau was invited to participate in a seminar in Budapest on The State, the Market and Culture. I will never forget the emotional impact of Sacha Rubinstein's demonization of state sup­ port and his apotheosis of the role of the market in the cultural field in Russia. So, in ad­ vance of actual events, we suddenly had a premonition of what was going to happen, ofthe turmoil which was about to radically change the socio-political scene of Central and East­ ern Europe. Six years later, in 1994, we met again in Budapest for a Conference on The Distribu­ tion of Roles between Government and Arts Councils, Associations and Foundations.

Acknowledgementsp. 7
Focusing the Cultural Political Debate in Europep. 8
Foreword
Cultural Information and Research Centres Liaison in Europe (Circle)p. 15
Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Netherlandsp. 18
Cultural Policy and Action Division of the Council of Europep. 20
An Analytical Introduction
Privatizing the Muse 'and all that Jazz'p. 23
Approaches to Privatization and Culture
Rethinking the State's Role: Privatization, Economics and Cultural Policyp. 49
Beyond Privatization: The Hybridization of Museums and the Built Heritagep. 58
De-monopolizing Culture: Privatization and Culture in 23 European Countriesp. 82
Case Studies
The Contradictions of Desetatisation: Museums in Francep. 95
Traditional Policy Tools and New Incentives: Built Heritage in Greecep. 111
The Shotgun Wedding of Opera and Industry: Opera Houses in Italyp. 120
Who Laughs Last...: Film and Broadcasting in Hungaryp. 131
Unbinding Books: Publishing in the Czech Republicp. 142
The Conflicts between Profits and Politics: Cultural Industries in Europep. 160
Unlike Airlines and Phone Companies: Performing Arts in Europep. 170
Mixed Economy and Culture: Britain's Experiencep. 183
Conclusionsp. 201
About the Authorsp. 210
Circle's Recommendations to the Council of Europep. 213
Appendix C
Introduction to the Work of Circlep. 215
Introduction to the Work of the Boekman Foundationp. 218
Introduction to the Department of Public Administration and Public Policy of Twente Universityp. 220
Indexp. 221
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ISBN: 9780792384083
ISBN-10: 0792384083
Series: Experiences in the Arts, Heritage and Cultural Industries in
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 215
Published: 30th November 1998
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.03 x 16.15  x 1.32
Weight (kg): 0.36