Research presentations at the AIMAC Arts & Cultural Management Conference, Venice, June 2019.

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Two research papers co-authored by LCD Founder, Grant Hall (along with Marianna Sigala, Ruth Rentschler and Stephen Boyle – all from the School of Management at the University of South Australia), have been accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management (AIMAC), at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, in Italy (June 23-26, 2019).

The first paper, titled ‘How do transformational festivals support innovation processes? A case study of Burning Man’, investigates how attendance at Burning Man has supported the innovation processes of event participants.

The second paper, titled ‘Digital nomads as an audience segment; the implications for arts organisations’, examines the role of the arts in the lives of digital nomads, and discusses strategies arts organisations may use to attract digital nomads to their events.

The AIMAC conference is the oldest, largest and most prestigious conference dedicated to the management of arts and culture.

Links:

AIMAC Conference

Other research conducted by Grant Hall

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