Taking the dichotomy of nonprofit qhigh cultureq and for-profit qpopular cultureq into consideration, this volume assesses the relationship between social purpose in the arts and industrial organization. DiMaggio brings together some of the best works in several disciplines that focus on the significance of the nonprofit form for our cultural industries, the ways in which nonprofit arts organizations are financed, and the constraints that patterns of funding place on the missions that artists and trustees may wish to pursue. Showing how the production and distribution of art are organized in the United States, the book delineates the differing roles of nonprofit organizations, proprietary firms, and government agencies. In doing so, it brings to the surface some of the special tensions that beset arts management and policy, the way the arts are changing or are likely to change, and the policy alternatives qhigh cultureq faces.Christopher Jencksa#39; essay questions whether the profit motive is consistent with the obligations of the press in a democratic society and offers a modest proposal: Government, he argues, should purchase the newspapers and turn them over to anbsp;...
|Title||:||Nonprofit Enterprise in the Arts : Studies in Mission and Constraint|
|Author||:||Program on Non-Profit Organizations Yale University Paul J. DiMaggio Executive Director|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1987-01-15|