Critical Issues in Cultural Policy: Who Decides? Who Pays? Who Benefits? (1999)
Abstract: During the summer of 1999, RCAC Board Member Mark Schuster, a public policy specialist and Professor of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT, taught the most comprehensive course to date on Cultural Policy at Columbia University.
New Curriculum in Non Profit Law in Central and Eastern Europe: St. Petersburg (1993)
Location: St. Petersburg, Russia
Abstract: This is the first part of a curriculum workbook on nonprofit management and law in Central and Eastern Europe and focuses on Russia and on St. Petersburg in particular. Included are background papers for a five-day seminar held in St. Petersburg in 1993: Government and Culture, S.A. Basov; The Art of Making Choices in Cultural Policy, J. Mark Schuster; The Independent Arts and New Organizations, Zakhar Kolovskii; and Independent Arts, Joan Jeffri. The workbook also includes the Law of the Russian Federation, a general history and cultural background of St. Petersburg, and a case study on the A-Ya Society in St. Petersburg.
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New Curriculum in Non Profit Law in Central and Eastern Europe: Budapest (1993)
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Abstract: This is the second part of a curriculum workbook on nonprofit management in Central and Eastern Europe and focuses on Hungary and on Budapest in particular. This resource book was prepared in 1993 for a working seminar in Budapest, Hungary with arts management and arts law professionals to discuss the nonprofit sector in Hungary, the transition to a Civil Society, and mechanisms to increase philanthropy. Taught by Professors Joan Jeffri and Peter Swords, founder of the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, this resource book included a case study on the Budapest Festival Orchestra as well as supporting bibliography.
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New Curriculum in Nonprofit Law (1993)
Abstract: New Curriculum in Nonprofit Law has developed curriculum materials in arts law and cultural policy for Central and Eastern Europe.
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