The Audacity of Relevance (Critical Conversations on the Future of Arts and Culture)

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Overview

The arts and culture sector is in crisis—a crisis of relevance. Whether it’s grappling with dwindling audience sizes, shifting trends in philanthropy, or addressing social challenges, experts have been documenting this slow decline for decades.

At the core of Alex Sarian’s international career is the conviction that cultural organizations must embrace a greater civic purpose and build a new business model—one based on the social impact of the arts.

Throughout The Audacity of Relevance, Sarian engages in conversations with leaders from across industries to paint a potential future for arts organizations—a future built on measuring our sector’s success by how positively we can influence the many local communities that surround us.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned executive or are just beginning in your career—the principles and anecdotes in this book will inspire you to see the world of arts and culture for what it truly is: filled with endless possibilities for reinvention.

This book title, The Audacity of Relevance (Critical Conversations on the Future of Arts and Culture), ISBN: 9781770417731, by Alex Sarian, published by ECW Press (October 1, 2024) is available in hardcover. Our minimum order quantity is 25 copies. All standard bulk book orders ship FREE in the continental USA and delivered in 4-10 business days.

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Author:
Alex Sarian
Format:
Hardcover
Pages:
224
Publisher:
ECW Press (October 1, 2024)
Release Date:
October 1, 2024
Language:
English
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General/trade
ISBN-13:
9781770417731
ISBN-10:
1770417737
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5.5" x 8.5"
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Country of Origin:
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