Open-Access Research on the Arts and Cultural Sector
The Irish Journal of Arts Management and Cultural Policy is an open-access source of original and peer-reviewed research on the arts and cultural sector in Ireland. It features academic research from multiple disciplines as well as pieces from practitioners, policymakers and students.
The Journal publishes work on the arts and cultural sector on the island of Ireland across 4 key sections: 1) original, peer-reviewed research papers; 2) reviews of policy initiatives, reports and conferences and scholarly book reviews; 4) New Voices highlighting emerging research from the wealth of student work at MA level and from other early career researchers on the island; and 4) Perspectives from Practice, reflections and interviews from managers and policymakers regarding contemporary policies and practices shaping the cultural sector.
Submissions cover the areas of cultural policy; arts and cultural management; cultural tourism and the creative industries; cultural economics; heritage and museum studies; governance; marketing, audience development and participation; philanthropy / fundraising; cultural finance; administration; production / consumption; and arts and education.
Initiated at the School of Art History and Cultural Policy, University College Dublin (UCD), IJAMCP has operated since 2013 as an all-island multi-institutional partnership. The editorial board currently has members from Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster University, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, and University College Dublin.
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Members of the Editorial Board of IJAMCP (L to R): Fiona Lowe, Editorial Assistant (QUB); Ruth Barton (TCD); Ali FitzGibbon (QUB); Maria O’Brien (QUB); Phil Ramsey (UU); Pat Collins (University of Galway); Victoria Durrer (not pictured, UCD).