Measuring the Quality and Impact of Arts and Culture

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Resumé

Arts and culture (i.e., theatre, film, music, visual art, literature, cultural heritage, etc. and related institutions and participants) have traditionally not been measured and evaluated in the same way as other sectors. The reason is perhaps that arts and culture cannot be ‘weighed and measured’: it is difficult to assess quality, and it has been difficult to see how, and according to what criteria, the quality, value and impact of arts and culture can be measured. There has therefore been a reluctance to conduct such measurements, and ‘evaluations’ in the field have mostly been limited to analysing the content and aesthetics of individual works of art from a humanities perspective.
OriginalsprogDansk
TitelContested Qualities : Negotiating Value in Arts and Culture
RedaktørerKnut Ove Eliassen, Jan Fredrik Hovden, Øyvind Prytz
Antal sider28
Udgivelses stedOslo
ForlagFagbokforlaget
Publikationsdato2018
Sider229-256
ISBN (Trykt)9788245023770
StatusUdgivet - 2018

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Bille, T., & Olsen, F. (2018). Measuring the Quality and Impact of Arts and Culture. I K. O. Eliassen, J. F. Hovden, & Ø. Prytz (red.), Contested Qualities: Negotiating Value in Arts and Culture (s. 229-256). Oslo: Fagbokforlaget.
Bille, Trine ; Olsen, Flemming. / Measuring the Quality and Impact of Arts and Culture. Contested Qualities: Negotiating Value in Arts and Culture. red. / Knut Ove Eliassen ; Jan Fredrik Hovden ; Øyvind Prytz. Oslo : Fagbokforlaget, 2018. s. 229-256
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Bille, T & Olsen, F 2018, Measuring the Quality and Impact of Arts and Culture. i KO Eliassen, JF Hovden & Ø Prytz (red), Contested Qualities: Negotiating Value in Arts and Culture. Fagbokforlaget, Oslo, s. 229-256.

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Contested Qualities: Negotiating Value in Arts and Culture. red. / Knut Ove Eliassen; Jan Fredrik Hovden; Øyvind Prytz. Oslo : Fagbokforlaget, 2018. s. 229-256.

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Bille T, Olsen F. Measuring the Quality and Impact of Arts and Culture. I Eliassen KO, Hovden JF, Prytz Ø, red., Contested Qualities: Negotiating Value in Arts and Culture. Oslo: Fagbokforlaget. 2018. s. 229-256