Visual artists, craftspeople, musicians, and performers have been supported by the development community for at least twenty years, yet there has been little grounded and critical research into the practices and politics of that support. This new Routledge book remedies that omission and brings together varied perspectives from artists, policy-makers, and researchers working in the Pacific, Africa, Latin America, and Europe to explore the challenges and opportunities of supporting the arts in the development context. The book offers a series of grounded analyses which cover: strategies for the sustainability of arts enterprises; innovative evaluation methods; theoretical engagements with questions of art, agency, and social change; artistsâ€™ entanglements with legal and structural frameworks; processes of cultural mapping; and the artist/donor interface.
|Title of host publication||Contemporary Perspectives on Art and International Development|
|Editors||Polly Stuplles and Katerina Teaiwa|
|Place of Publication||London and New York|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|