Journal of Cultural Management and Policy | Vol. 9, Issue 1: Socially Engaged Art in a New World Order

The Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy offers international perspectives on a variety of topics in the research and practice of cultural management and cultural policy. The social location of art and the interplay between artists, non-artists, institutions and policy makers have changed in recent decades. Democracies are under threat and the geopolitical world order has changed. The global climate emergency and the rise of autocratic governments are just two forces that are creating new contexts and threatening opportunities for socially engaged art. At the same time, artists and curators are accused of belonging to a new professional management class that entangles them in a neoliberal economic system. Can socially engaged art catalyze progressive civic consciousness-raising? Can art address big questions of social justice? This issue provides some answers to these questions.

Constance DeVereaux / Steffen Höhne / Martin Tröndle / Karen van den Berg / Melissa Rachleff (eds.)

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