Management

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Toolkit
Patreon is a creator-founded company organisation model, helping creators build membership businesses that empower them to create on their own terms. It is an innovative membership-based business model that enables artists and creators gain a sustainable income
https://www.patreon.com
Case Study
Mayir Hughes, S., Silvaggi, A., and Szepvolgyi, V. (eds.) (2011) Creative Gym: Training Exercises for Cultural Managers. Purfleet: Creative & Cultural Skills. This case study is about developing skills and creating new institutional systems through training for cultural managers and different project activities.
https://ccskills.org.uk/downloads/FINAL_AUG_15_CreativeGym_DoubleSided_BOOKLET_def.pdf
Toolkit
Rorvik, P. et al (2014) Afrifestnet Festivals Best Practice Toolkit. Afrifestnet. This toolkit addresses festivals via the ‘who, what, why, where, when and how’ sections, alongside giving detailed explanations of the business aspects of Festivals through the use of business plan.
http://www.arterialnetwork.org/ckeditor_assets/attachments/34/festivals_best_practices_toolkit.pdf
Toolkit
Hogg, C. et al (2017) Social Media Toolkit for Cultural Managers. Brussels: ENCATC. This toolkit aims to explore how arts and culture organisations throughout EU can expand their online brand so as to push both the reach and significance of their current efforts
https://www.encatc.org/media/3543-encatc-social-media-toolkit-for-cultural-managers.compressed.pdf
Case Study
AMA Culturehive is a free online resource library for culture professionals. Run by the Arts Marketing Association, it is an archive of everything produced, including older materials from Demos, Mission Models & Money.
https://www.culturehive.co.uk/?type=case-study&role=&s=&sort=
Report
Peraire, M., Valent, J. and Pascual, J. (2012) Local cultural planning and management. Barcelona: UCLG. This report was commissioned by the Global Network of Cities, Local and Regional Governments (UCLG) in the framework of the revision of Agenda 21 for Culture (2013-2015).
http://www.agenda21culture.net/sites/default/files/files/documents/en/planning-eng.pdf

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