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Common Practice: Ideas Towards the Future of the Small-Scale Visual Arts Sector
11 October 2016
Presented by Common Practice and written by Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, Value, Measure, Sustainability: Ideas Towards the Future of the Small-Scale Visual Arts Sector, builds on its acclaimed 2011 report Size Matters to offer new ways of evaluation and measurement in the art world.
This report puts forward new possibilities for assessing benefits and attracting funding in a changing art landscape. Comparing evaluations of merit in the art world with those in different sectors, the report considers different ways of measuring the artistic contributions of small organisations beyond footfall and econometric indices, and attempts to outline how cultural value has been conceived. Also discussed is how organisations might deal with the decreasing levels of public subsidy and worsening economic conditions of the UK, and how they might develop funding from private sources and new partnership schemes.
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