Welcome to the American Journal of Arts Management®
IN THIS ISSUE:
- Attendance at College Theatre Events: Contributions Beyond Culture by Karen Berman, Doreen Sams and Joe Schwartz
- Collaborating for Maximum Impact: Presenting the Nile Project at Boston University by Ty A. Furman
- The Little Law that Could (and Probably Will): Section 203 Copyright Recapture Terminations in America by Joe Bogdan
- Panel on the Non-Profit Sector Recommendations: Effectiveness and Relevance to Good Governance of Nonprofit, Tax-Exempt Arts Organizations by Erin Puskar
THE NEXT DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS FEBRUARY 29, 2016
The American Journal of Arts Management serves the arts management field with articles and research submitted by educators and professionals within the industry. AJAM is an electronic journal -- we do not publish a hard copy.
AJAM is a peer-reviewed e-publication committed to publishing subjects of current interest in the field of arts management and its pedagogy for the benefit of arts leaders and managers, educators, and students. We specialize in the U.S. non-profit performing arts industry. Areas of interest include non-profit arts management, governance and leadership, advocacy, community-based arts management, marketing and audience development, fundraising, financial management, the history of arts management, and the teaching of arts management, including case studies. Articles may focus on arts management theory, practice, pedagogy or any combination. AJAM publishes three times per year. Submissions for the January issue are due October 31, for the May issue are due February 28, and for the September issue are due May 31.
Associate Professor of Arts Management
Director of Performing Arts Leadership and Management Program
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