Arts Practices and Cultural Policies in Conditions of Disaster

Guest Editors: Keith Nurse (Principal / President at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College)

Submission Deadline: 1 September 2021

This issue focuses on responses to, and long-term changes in the arts and cultural policy fields related to the current climate, health, and economic crises. Contributed articles examine organizational and economic models that allow for continued cultural production and community engagement during times of disaster. How can we learn from instantaneous reactions to crises and from cases of disaster mismanagement, and translate these insights into viable practices? What governmental and institutional policies are needed, in the long run, to secure a diverse artistic and cultural landscape? How do research methods, education, and programming need to change to accommodate conditions of crises? What do policies and practices for a resilient arts and cultural sector look like?

 

Contributions are welcome in the following areas:

  • Leadership and funding models
  • Economic impact of crises and disasters on the cultural sector
  • Hybrid programming (online and on-site)
  • Working modes and conditions
  • Sustainable production both in terms of climate responsibility and institutional awareness
  • Risk management and risk policies in the cultural field
  • Resilience of the cultural sector

Submission Deadline: 1 September 2021

Please see the Submission Guidelines

Submit to submissions(at)jcmcp(dot)org

Current Calls for Papers

  • Systems, Bubbles, Fragments
    How Society Challenges Arts Management and Cultural Policy

    Guest Editors: tbd

    Submission Deadline: 1 June 2022

    Societies and the reception of arts and culture have been studied by (cultural) sociology for many years. Pierre Bourdieu, Paul Gilroy, Antoine Hennion, Eva Illouz, Niklas Luhmann, Richard A. Peterson, Andreas Reckwitz or Gerhard Schulze and ...

  • Non-Visitor Studies and New Audiences

    Guest Editors: tbd

    Submission Deadline: 1 September 2022

    Audience and visitor studies are well established fields. Numerous journals and books address the audiences of museums, concerts, theaters, or film festivals. Research on non-visitors, however, hardly exists, although a large part of the population belongs ...

  • Intangible Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development with a Special Focus on the Performing Arts

    Guest Editors: Prof. Dr. Tiago de Oliveira Pinto, UNESCO Chair on Transcultural Music Studies, University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar/Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany

    Submission Deadline: 1 March 2023

    This issue focuses on the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage and its manifold implications, especially in relation to environmental and sustainable development. We welcome research articles, case studies, and essays from sociology, cultural studies, and performance ...