Perspectives on Practice

‘Perspectives on Practice’: a section showcasing current practice in arts management, heritage management and cultural policy.

Contributions are invited of between 1,000 – 3,000 words. As this is a new element, the IJAMCP will aim to publish a minimum of one Perspective article per issue and keep the number of articles under review.

Submissions are welcome from professionals in all areas of professional and voluntary arts, culture and heritage and policy sectors. Authored, co-authored or multi-authored submissions are welcome. All authors must be named. Types of submission may vary but can include:

  • reflective essays on approaches in management, practice and policy • case study examinations of particular approaches
  • evaluative studies of programmes
  • interviews or conversations between key figures or practitioners
  • Historic reviews
  • the reproduction of particular keynote addresses from industry events • provocations and observations

Topics or themes should be relevant to the scope of the IJAMCP and concerned with the practice, management and policy around arts, culture and heritage. Submissions should not promote a particular practice or organisation but should give insight to the context in which arts, culture and heritage is practiced and presented, offer reflection or appraisal of approaches, and provide stimulus for further discussion both within these sectors and in stimulating a combined debate involving both researchers and practitioners.

Where an organisation or its work is appraised, interviews carried out or a talk is reproduced, it is the author’s responsibility to ensure permission has been secured in addition to any copyright requirements, etc as per the editorial policy.

Contact details regarding perspectives in practice: Ali FitzGibbon a.fitzgibbon@qub.ac.uk

When submitting work, please ensure you review the Style Guidelines for the overall Journal, available here.

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