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082 0  700.973 
100 1  McCarthy, Kevin F 
245 10 Arts and Culture in the Metropolis :|bStrategies for 
       Sustainability 
264  1 Santa Monica :|bRAND Corporation, The,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2007 
300    1 online resource (123 pages) 
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505 0  Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- 
       Summary -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter One - Introduction -
       - The Context -- The Study -- Objectives of the Monograph 
       -- Research Approach -- The Organizational Infrastructure 
       of the Local Arts Sector -- The Structure of Local Support
       -- The Larger Sociodemographic and Economic Context -- 
       Organization of the Monograph -- Chapter Two - The Roots 
       of the Challenges Facing the Nonprofit Arts -- Historical 
       Patterns -- The 1960s -- The 1990s to the Present -- Short
       - and Long-Term Issues -- Chapter Three - The Ecology of 
       the Arts Sector -- Introduction -- Nonprofit Arts 
       Organizations -- Arts-Presenting Organizations -- 
       Financial Support -- Community Context -- 
       Sociodemographics -- Historical and Institutional Factors 
       -- Discussion -- Chapter Four - Community Responses -- 
       Introduction -- Organizational Arrangements -- Structure -
       - Division of Labor Among Agencies -- Organizational 
       Functions -- Financing -- Technical Assistance -- Art 
       Presentation -- Promotion and Advocacy -- Economic 
       Development -- Using the Framework As a Strategic Planning
       Tool -- Comparing Communities by Service Levels -- Ratings
       by Grant Levels -- Ratings by Technical Assistance 
       Function -- Ratings by Arts Presentation and Public Art 
       Functions -- Ratings by Promotion and Advocacy Functions -
       - Ratings by Economic Development Function -- Support 
       Systems and the Local Arts Ecology -- Chapter Five - 
       Philadelphia -- Introduction -- Philadelphia's Arts 
       Ecology -- The Arts Infrastructure -- Strengths and 
       Weaknesses of the Arts Infrastructure -- The Support 
       Structure -- Strengths and Weaknesses of the Support 
       Structure -- The Regional Environment -- Strengths and 
       Weaknesses of the Regional Context -- Threats, 
       Opportunities, and Strategies to Deal with Them -- Threats
       -- Opportunities -- Recommendations -- The Longer Term -- 
       Appendix 
505 8  Bibliography 
520    The nonprofit arts currently face an environment that 
       challenges the way the arts have grown and raises the 
       prospect of future consolidation. Cognizant of these 
       problems, William Penn Foundation and the Greater 
       Philadelphia Cultural Alliance asked RAND to examine the 
       condition of Philadelphia's arts and culture sector and 
       recommend actions to ensure its sustainability. The 
       authors identify the sources and characteristics of this 
       new environment and describe the ways local arts 
       communities are responding to the challenges confronting 
       them. In the course of their analysis of eleven 
       metropolitan regions, including Baltimore, Boston, 
       Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, 
       Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Pittsburgh, they 
       introduce two novel ways of examining the local arts 
       sector. First, they focus on the relationship among the 
       three components of communities' "arts ecology": their 
       arts infrastructures; the support systems upon which the 
       arts depend; and the sociodemographic, economic, and the 
       political environment in which they operate. Second, they 
       create a new framework for describing and evaluating the 
       range of support services that communities provide to 
       their arts sectors. They then use this framework to 
       analyze the components of Philadelphia's arts ecology and 
       assess its specific strengths and weaknesses 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Arts -- United States -- Finance -- Case studies.;Art 
       patronage -- United States -- Case studies.;Nonprofit 
       organizations -- United States -- Case 
       studies.;Metropolitan areas -- United States -- Case 
       studies 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Ondaatje, Elizabeth Heneghan 
700 1  Novak, Jennifer L 
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       the Metropolis : Strategies for Sustainability|dSanta 
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