The Research Center for Arts and Culture has compiled this bibliography as part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness about individual artists through research on their personal and economic status within society, cognitive and physical development, training and education, and relation to other issues pertinent to the arts field and society-at-large.
The goal of the bibliography is to create an overview of available research about artists. The parameters for inclusion in the bibliography are relatively simple. The first parameter can be eloquently described as “no puff pieces”. That is, the articles and books must be based on research, empirical or otherwise, and included in journals or publications known for producing such work. To that end, we limited articles from newspapers, weekly magazines or other journals lacking a research or academic underpinning unless the article in question clearly was based on research.
The second parameter is even simpler than the first. All citations must deal with individual artists. This omits data collected about arts organizations, public participation in the arts, economic impact studies, or other arts-related topics unless the publication discussed the ramifications of the research for individual artists. The bibliography does include research that has been conducted on artists from all artistic disciplines and fields, including arts administration, sociology, medicine, law, arts education, economics and psychology.
Columbia University’s vast system of 27 libraries provided the foundation for our research. Its databases were culled by cross referencing Library of Congress subject categories. Categories included a diverse array of artistic professions, such as musicians, painters, dancers, etc. These artistic categories were cross referenced with varying fields of study, including social science, psychology, arts education, arts administration, economics and law. For example, a search was run under the classification of “dancer—psychology”. All listings that fit these subject categories and also indicated a Library of Congress category of individual artists were researched further to justify its inclusion in the bibliography.
After the initial search, other databases were explored, including Lexis/Nexis Academic Universe and EUREKA systems, using the same or similar Library of Congress categories. Additional information was provided by the Center’s board members, the National Art Education Association, the National Endowment for the Arts, and from organizations and individual researchers across the country and the world. As our research progressed, we noted that many citations contained some form of annotation. Therefore, in the interest of providing as much information as possible to assist users of this document, pre-existing annotations are incorporated into the bibliography.
While the listing is extensive, it is not comprehensive. Instead it serves as a beginning reference point for those interested in research about artists. Because this document is a work in progress, we look to its readers to help us locate additional references. As more users of the document provide additional citations, the bibliography will expand as a developing resource for those wishing to do further research on artists.
(For further details, visit the RCAC’s annotated bibliography …)
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Abercrombie, Nigel. Artists and Their Public. Paris: Unesco Press, 1975.
Adair, Christy. Women and Dance: Sylphs and Sirens. New York: New York University Press, 1992.
Adler, J. “Artists’ Job Market Experience.” Journal of Arts Management and Law. 13 (1983): 177-183.
Adler, M. “Stardom and Talent.” American Economic Review. 75 (1985): 208-212.
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Albright, Thomas and Beverly Hennessey, eds. On Art and Artists: Essays. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1989.
Alper, Gerald. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Patient: Psychodynamic Studies of the Creative Personality. New York: Insight Books, 1992.
Alper, Neil, et al. Artists in the Workforce. Santa Ana, California: Seven Locks Press, 1996.
Alper, Neil and Galligan, A. “Recession to Rennaissance: A Comparison of Rhode Island Artists 1981 and 1997.” Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society 29:3 1999: 178-203.
Alper, Neil and Gregory Wassail. The Write Stuff: Employment and Earnings of Authors, 1970-1990. Washington, DC: National Endowment for the Arts, 1994.
Alper, Neil and Gregory Wassail, and Rebecca Davidson. Art Work: Artists in the New England and Labor Market. Cambridge, MA: The New England Foundation for the Arts, 1983.
Alper, Neil and Gregory Wassall. Art Work. Cambridge: New England Foundation for the Arts, 1983.
Alper, Neil and Gregory Wassall. “Determinants of Artists’ Earnings.” The Economics of Cultural Industries. Hendon, et. al., eds. Akron: Association for Cultural Economics, 1984.
Alper, Neil and Gregeory Wassall. “Occupational Characteristics of Artists: A Statistical Analysis.” Journal of Cultural Economics 9 (1985): 13-3.
Alper, Neil and Gregory Wassall. “T oward a Unified Theory of the Determinants of the Earnings of Artists.” Cultural Economics. Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee, eds. Heidelberg: Spranger-Verlag, 1992.
Alper, Neil and Gregory Wassall. “When Is an Artist an Artist: An Analysis of Factors Related to Claiming Membership to this Profession.” Journal of Arts Management and Law 19 (1990): 37-50.
American Federation of Musicians. Wage Scales and Conditions in the Symphony Orchestra, 1979-80 Season. New York: American Federation of Musicians, 1980.
American Symphony Orchestra League. The Participation of Blacks in Professional Orchestras: Survey and Study. Washington, DC: The League, 1990.
Apostolos-Cappadona, Diane and Lucinda Ebersole, eds. Women, Creativity, and the Arts: Critical Autobiographical Perspectives. New York: Continuum, 1995.
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Australia Council. Visual and Crafts Artists: A National Study of the Australian Crafts and Visual Arts Industry. Sydney: Australia Council, 1989.
Balos, Karen. “Crazy Maybe, But Not Insane.” Artweek Dec. 1994: 25.
Balos, Karen. “Why Is It So Hard For Me to Sit Here and Pay Attention to Myself?”Artweek Apr. 1995: 33.
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Banes, Sally. Dancing Women: Female Bodies on Stage. New York: Routledge, 1998.
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Basista, P. (ed.) Graphic Artists Guild Handbook: Pricing and Ethical Guidelines, 9th edition. New York: Graphic Artists Guild, 1997.
Batschmann, Oskar, Uniform Title: Ausstellungskunstler. English Title: The Artist in the Modern World: The Conflict Between Market and Self-Expression. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1997.
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Bayles, David and Ted Orland. Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking. Santa Barbara: Capra, 1993.
Becker, Carol, and Ann Wiens, eds. The Artist in Society: Rights, Roles, and Responsibilities. Chicago: New Art Examiner Press, 1995.
Becker, Carol, ed. The Subversive Imagination: Artist, Society, and Social Responsibility. New York: Routledge, 1994.
Becker, Carol. Zones of Contention: Essays on Art, Institutions, Gender, and Anxiety. SUNY Series. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996.
Becker, Howard Saul. Art Worlds. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984.
Becker, Howard Saul. Outsiders: Studies in the Sociology of Deviance. New York: The Free Press, 1973.
Beckerman, Bernard. Theatrical Presentation: Performer, Audience, and Act. New York: Routledge, 1990.
Bejjani, Fadi J. Current Research in Arts Medicine. New Jersey: Cappella Books, 1993.
Bellow, Rachael Newton. “What Artists Want.” Deciding What to Do. Cambridge: Center for Effective Philanthropy, December 1986.
Berardi, Gigi M. “Case Studies of Older-Aged Dancers and the Factors that are Critical to Injury Prevention: Part One.” Kinesiology and Medicine for Dance 12.1 (1989-90): 12-19.
Bergman, Charles and Sanford Hirsch. “Artists Remembering Artists-A Tale of Two Foundations.” Vantage Point (1986): 9-13.
Berry, Wendell. “People, Land and Community.” In Standing by Words. Berkeley: North Point Press, 1983.
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Chmelar, Robin D. “Health Insurance and Workers’ Compensation Issues for Performing Artists, Part II.” Medical Problems of Performing Artists 5 (1990): 101-105.
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Clark, Kenneth. The Artist Grows Old Series. London: Cambridge University Press, 1972.
Clark, M.A. “Counseling Artists in the Acquisition and Use of New York City Cooperative Housing.” Columbia-VLA Journal of Law and the Arts 14 (1990): 165-
Cleveland, William. Art in Other Places: Artists at Work in America’s Community and Social Institutions. Westport: Preager, 1992.
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DiSpirito, Anna Maria. “An Exploration of the Relationship Between the Artist and the Nude Model.” Diss. Western Washington University, 1991.
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Throsby, David. “Disaggregated earnings functions for artists.” Essays in the Economics of the Arts. Amsterdam: North Holland (1996): 331-346.
Throsby, David. “Economic circumstances of the performing artist: Baumol and Bowen thirty years on.” Journal of Cultural Economics 20:3 (1996): 225-240.
Throsby, David. “De la supervivència econòmica d’actors i músics.” Revista Econòmica de Catalunya. 31 (May 1997): 71-75.
Throsby, David and Claire Bardez. Similarity and Difference: Craftspeople and Visual Artists in Australia. Sydney: Australia Council, 1997.
Throsby, David. “Economic and cultural value in the work of creative artists.” Values and Heritage Conservation. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute (2000): 26-31.
Throsby, David. The Arts in Australia Today. Sydney: Australia Council, 1984.
Throsby, David. “Artists as Workers.” Cultural Economics. Towse, Ruth and Abdul Khakee, eds. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1992.
Throsby, David and B. Thompson. But What Do You Do for a Living? Australia: Australia Council, 1994.
Throsby, David and D. Mills. Occupational and Employment Characteristics of Artists. Sydney: Australia Council, 1986.
Throsby, David and D. Mills. When Are You Going to Get a Real Job? Sydney: Australia Council, 1989.
Throsby, David and Ruth Towse. “On Labor Markets in the Arts: Some Unresolved Issues.” American Economic Association Annual Meeting, 1994.
Tomko, Linda J. Dancing Class: Gender, Ethnicity, and Social Divides in American Dance, 1890-1920. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1999.
Towse, Ruth. “The Earnings of Singers: An Economic Analysis.” Cultural Economics. Ruth Towse and Abdul Khakee, eds. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1992.
Towse, Ruth. “The Labor Market for Artists.” University of Exeter, Department of Economics, January l992.
Towse, Ruth. “The Social and Economic Characteristics of Artists in Devon.” A Report commissioned by South West Arts and the Arts Council of Great Britain. Prepared in conjunction with Social Community Planning Research, 1991.
Towse, Ruth and Abdul Khakee, eds. Cultural Economics. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1992.
Tracy, Sheila. Bands, Booze and Broads. Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing, 1996.
Turner, Victor Witter. The Anthropology of Performance. New York: PAJ Publications, 1988.
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Vigier, Rachel. Gestures of Genius: Women, Dance, and the Body. Ontario: Mercury Press, 1994.
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Waits, C.R. and E. M. McNertney. “The Incomes of Cultural Providers: A Review of Current Research.” Artists and Cultural Consumers. D. V. Shaw, W.S. Hendon and C.R. Waits, eds. Akron: Association for Cultural Economics, 1987.
Waits, C.R. and E. M. McNertney. “Uncertainty and Investment in Human Capital in the Arts.” Economic Policy for the Arts. W.S. Hendon, et. al., eds. Cambridge: ABT, 1980.
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Washabaugh, William, ed. The Passion of Music and Dance: Body, Gender and Sexuality. New York: Berg, 1998.
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Publications, Research Division, National Endowment for the Arts.
A. Research Division Reports
The following Research Division Reports are available from the Research Division, National Endowment for the Arts, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20506. Single copies are available free while quantities last.
B. Research Division Notes
The following Research Division Notes are available from the Research Division, National Endowment for the Arts, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20506. Single copies are available free.
#2 Artist Employment in 1982 (January 24, 1983).
#3 Artists Increase 81 Percent in the 1970s (April 27, 1983).
#4 Women and Minorities in Artist Occupations (July 4, 1983).
#5 Artists in the Large Metropolitan Areas (September 5, 1983).
#7 Artist Employment in 1983 (March 15, 1984).
#9 Changing Proportions of Men and Women in the Artist Occupations 1970-1980 (March 4, 1985).
#10 Artists Real Earnings Decline 37 Percent in the 1970s (March 5, 1985).
#11 Artist Employment in 1984 (March 5, 1985).
#15 Artist Employment in 1985 (March 10, 1986).
#22 Artist Employment in 1986 (March 20, 1987).
#29 Artist Employment in 1987 (February 17, 1988).
#31 Artist Employment in 1988 (April 17, 1989).
#33 Artist Employment in 1989 (September 24, 1990).
#35 Artist Employment in 1990 (October 21, 1991).
#37 Artist Employment in 1991 (November 30, 1992).
#39 Artist Employment in 1992 (July 30, 1993).
#40 Artists Increase 54% in the 1980s (August 12, 1993).
#41 Regional and State Trends for Artists: 1970 – 1990 (August 12, 1993).
#42 Artists in Metropolitan Areas – 1990 (August 12, 1993).
#54 Artist Employment in 1993 (February 28, 1994).
#57 Artist Employment in 1994 (July, 1995).
#58 Artist Employment in 1995 (October 1996).
#60 Artist Employment in America (August 1997).
#61 Artist Employment in America – 1997 (March, 1998).
#73 Artist Employment in 1998 (April, 1999).
C. Other publications not listed as Research Reports or Research Notes
Available through ERIC. Some of these publication are not available through ERIC and are noted below.
#1 Employment and Unemployment of Artists:1970-1975. (32pp) ED 125416
#10 Selected Characteristics of Artists: 1970. (32pp) ERIC # ED 165216
#12 Artists Compared by Age, Sex, and Earnings in 1970 and 1976. (56pp) ERIC # ED 281821
#13 Craft Artist Membership Organizations 1978. (52pp) ERIC # ED 286789
#16 Artist Employment and Unemployment: 1971-1980. (44pp) ERIC # ED 282810
#18 Visual Artists in Houston, Minneapolis, Washington, and San Francisco: Earnings and Exhibition Opportunities. (48pp) ERIC # ED 287754
#19 Where Artists Live 1980. (48pp) ERIC # ED 288757
#28 Dancemakers. (94pp) ERIC # ED 379243
#29 Trends in Artist Occupations: 1970-1990. (111pp) ERIC # ED 408202
#3 Understanding the Employment of Actors. (36pp) ERIC # ED 298068
#37 Artists in the Work Force: Employment and Earnings, 1970-1990. (152pp) ERIC # ED 408487
#5 Where Artists Live: 1970. (80pp) ERIC # ED 298069
#7 Minorities and Women in the Arts: 1979. (32pp) ERIC # ED 289753
“American Dance 1992: Who’s Watching? Who’s Dancing?” Jack R. Lemmon. ERIC # ED 398165
“Artists By Place of Residence: 1980.” (417p) Diane C. Ellis. ERIC # ED 289767
“Artists in the Workforce, 1950 to 1985.” (275p). Constance F. Citro. ERIC # ED 298027
“Artists in the Workforce.” C. Citro and D. Gaquin. ERIC # ED 298 027
“Artists Who Work With Their Hands: Painters, Sculptors, Craft Artists and Artist Printmakers, A Trend Report, 1970 – 1990.” Joan Jeffri and Robert Greenblatt. ERIC # ED 390728
Counting Artists (December 1996) Findings from Research Report #37 – Artists in the Work Force: Employment and Earnings, 1970-1990. Tom Bradshaw. http://arts.endow.gov/pub/Researcharts/Research.html
“Craft Artists in the United States.” C. Citro. ERlC # ED 287 765
“Craft-Artists in the United States: A Portrait.” Constance F. Citro. ERIC # ED 287765
“Crafts-Artists in the United States.” (229p) Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. ERIC # ED 226111
“Earnings of Artists.” Diane Ellis. ERIC # ED 289 761
“Earnings of Artists: 1980.” (45p) Diane C. Ellis. ERIC # ED 289761
“Employment and Earnings of Performing Artists: 1970 to 1990.” Ruttenberg, Kilgallon & Associates, Inc. Compiled by Ann O. Kay and Stephyn G.W. Butcher. ERIC # ED 390727
“Employment Status of Performing Artists, 1970-1980.” (134p) Muriel G. Cantor. ERIC # ED 298024
“Employment Status of Performing Artists, 1970-1980.” Muriel Cantor. ERIC # ED 298 024
Executive Summary Report #37: Artists in the Workforce: Employment and Earnings, 1970-1990. http://arts.endow.gov/pub/Researcharts/Summary37.html
“Labor Market Earnings of American Artists in 1980. A report to the National Endowment for the Arts.” R. Filer. ERIC # ED 309 109
“Methodology Report: Survey of Crafts-Artists.” (260p) Mathematical Policy Research, Inc. ERIC # ED 226110
“Minorities and Women in the Arts: 1980.” (64p) Diane C. Ellis. ERIC # ED 289765
“The Distribution of Artists Among Industrial Sectors.” (41p). Diane C. Ellis. ERIC # ED 289768
“The Distribution of Artists Among Industrial Sectors.” Diane Ellis. ERIC # ED 289 768
“The Economic Conditions and Exhibition Processes of Artists in Four Cities, 1981” (560p) Human Resources Research Organization. ERIC # ED 216990
“Trends in Artistic Occupations: 1970-1980.” Diane Ellis. No ERIC # could be found.
“Visual Artists in America: A Report on the 1970 and 1980 Census Data on Visual Arts.” R. Orend. No ERIC number has been assigned.
Visual Artists in Houston, Minneapolis, Washington, and San Francisco: Earnings and Exhibition Opportunities. National Endowment for the Arts. Research Division 18. Washington, DC: National Endowment for the Arts, 1984.
“Women and Minorities in the Arts: A Portrait from the 1980 Census.” C. Citro and D. Gaquin. ERIC # ED 298 028
“Women and Minorities in the Arts: A Portrait From the 1980 Census.” (155p). Constance F. Citro. ERIC # ED 298028
1989 Sourcebook of Arts Statistics, 1992 Addendum. Washington, DC: Westat, 1992.
Census Related Sources
Beresford, Jack. Notes on Trends in Artist Occupations 1970-1990. January 28, 1993. National Endowment for the Arts.
Public Use Microdata Samples: United States 1990 Census of Population and Housing. US. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of Census.