A programme led by Clare Cooper and Roanne Dods that supported arts organisations attempting to change.
Provocation urging all those working with arts and culture to rethink their contribution to a vision of sustainable development that benefits the whole of society.
Although now out of date, this report is an interesting analysis by a Clore Fellow of financial data collected by ACE.
Second of two documents detailing a case study of how 11 organisations worked together for mutual financial benefit.
First of two papers providing case studies of how organisations can pool resources for mutual benefit.
Guide for public and private funders to support best practice in collaborative working amongst creative practitioners and organisations.
Thoughtful nuanced paper discussing the under-capitalisation of medium-sized arts and cultural organisations, and the “radical” changes required to address this situation.
Put together by MMM, provides case stories to illustrate a range of non-grant financial mechanisms that can be used by creative practitioners and organisations.
In the context of entrenched misunderstandings between economists and arts policymakers, leaders and funders, this paper offers a provocative reconsideration of “outdated and poorly-informed prejudices” which lie behind this divide.
Provocation published by Mission, Models, Money in 2007. Discusses six practical propositions to support the arts and cultural sector’s leadership role.
Analyses issues of crisis management in arts organisations and discusses alternative approaches to income generation.
Written by consultant Adrian Ellis as a briefing towards a conference considering issues of sustainability for the arts in a time of rapid change.