Articoli taggati con ‘open data’

Tafterjournal n. 102 - SETTEMBRE - OTTOBRE 2018

Three ideas for further reflection from ICCPR 2018

di Giulia Lasen

This article discusses some thought-provoking papers presented at the ICCPR2018. It looks first at the use of digital technologies in the art sector, with regard to data visualization and open data policies, identifying a huge untapped potential. Secondly, it opens up a space for reflection on the very notion of arts marketing both as a practice and as an academic field, proposing a renewed emphasis on audience enrichment. Finally, it takes into consideration the vexed question of defining cultural value presenting an exploratory research conducted in Australia using contingent value methodology to include also a measurement of cultural value among non-users.

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Tafterjournal n. 62 - agosto 2013

Social Innovation and the Arts. Artists alone are not enough!

di Mariangela Lavanga e Sarah Schützle

While social innovation begins to be broadly embraced by policy-makers and scholars in the context of healthcare and education, hardly any research has been done in the fields of the arts and culture (Mulgan et al., 2007). This paper aims at exploring what social innovation means, how to foster this type of innovation and the possible links between social innovation and the arts. The authors will address those issues via the case study of the Waag Society – Institute for art, science and technology in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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