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This is What Happened

This is What Happened

The Book Includes a collection of personal testimonials by some of the conference participants on their personal and professional experiences in independent cultural work. Read More »

25 January

To mark the first anniversary of the January 25th Revolution, Culture Resource published the book 25 to celebrate the occasion and commemorate the many courageous men and women who died for this cause, and to affirm our support for the revolution until its goals are fully realized. The book features 25 essays, 25 profiles of individuals from Tahrir Square, 25 ... Read More »

Cultural Management Training Manual

"Cultural Management Training Manual" , first edition -2012, by Hanane Hajj Ali and Ashraf Maher. The Cultural Management Training Manual is published with the support of Doen Foundation, Ford Foundation, and the British Council. The book serves as a training and capacity building guide to cultural trainers who work with beginner cultural operators. The Manual covers topics as: cultural policies in the Arab region, the relationship between culture and society, culture and development, and management methods in artistic and cultural institutions. Read More »

Marketing Culture and the Arts

By Francios Colbert, and translated by Mohamed Abdel Naby. This book was written for managers of cultural enterprises, large and small, non-profit and commercial, local and international. The manager in the cultural milieu who is interested in marketing will find in Marketing Culture and the Arts a framework for analysis and reflection that may shed new light on current practices and also provide a point of reference for future plans. Marketing Culture and the Arts will certainly interest all those who want to understand the specifics of marketing within the cultural context. First edition 2010 Read More »

An Introduction to Cultural Policies in the Arab Region

An Introduction to Cultural Policies in the Arab Region

The book contains a summary of the research, an overview of the policies and cultural practices in the eight Arab countries, in addition to general commentary on the situation in each country written by the editor of the book, Hanna Hajj Ali. Read More »

Art Management Entrepreneurial Style

Art Management Entrepreneurial Style

By Giep Hagoort, and translated by Rabie Wahba. In this book, Giep Hagoort draws on more than fifteen years experience at the Utrecht School of the Arts to help students, teachers, artists, and managers apply management theory to the creation of successful cultural institutions. Utilizing case histories and practical exercises, this book teaches skills for building effective institutions of cultural production and preservation. First edition 2009 Read More »

Guide to Cultural Management

First edition 2006, in collaboration with Sharkiat Publishing House in Cairo, Guide to Cultural managment was authored by Marina Barham (Palestine), Makhlouf Boukrouh (Algeria), Hanane Hajjali (Lebanon) and Basma El Husseiny (Egypt). The Guide to Cultural Management covers topics such as: the position of culture, policies and legislation; management of cultural organizations, production and event management; and management of networks and collaborative projects. It also includes a recommended five day course for beginning and early career cultural managers and a list of Arab trainers. The Guide was distributed to over 100 cultural organizations in the region and the second edition was published in the beginning of 2009. Read More »

Arts Management in Turbulent Time

Arts Managment in Turbulent Times

By Milena Dragićević Šesić and Sanjin Dragojević, and translated by PhD. Nihad Salem. First edition 2007 The book tackles arts management under tempestuous social, economic and political conditions and in times of crises. The book mainly adopts the authors' vast expertise gathered through years of training in arts management, especially in the Central and Eastern Europe regions. This book is intended for professionals in this field, and those who are responsible for the management of arts in public, independent and private cultural sectors. Read More »

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