When Artistic Vision encounters the Bottom Line

Who hasn't dreamt of running their own gallery or museum? To turn a vision based in idealism into reality? So it's no surprise that Arts Management studies are amongst the most popular liberal arts and humanities courses for students around the world. We live in an economically rationalist society that is obsessed with celebrity culture - an incongruous conflagration of ideals, which has led many
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Who hasn’t dreamt of running their own gallery or museum? To turn a vision based in idealism into reality? So it’s no surprise that Arts Management studies are amongst the most popular liberal arts and humanities courses for students around the world.

We live in an economically rationalist society that is obsessed with celebrity culture – an incongruous conflagration of ideals, which has led many young people who may previously have forged ahead as struggling artists, to opt for the (apparently) more secure career path of Arts Management.

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Emma Dawson
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Emma Dawson is a staff writer at Arts Hub Global.