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Introduction
Arts Practices and Cultural Policies in Conditions of Disaster

 
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?

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2022 (1)
Arts Practices and Cultural Policies in Conditions of Disaster

Constance DeVereaux / Steffen Höhne / Martin Tröndle / Keith Nurse (Eds.)

229 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8376-5916-0

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