Global Arts Leadership in the Digital Age: Voices from the World’s Major Art Industries
This book gathers some of the world’s most respected voices from the performing and visual art industries to discuss, through case studies and critical commentaries, how technology and art have created some of the most iconic cultural products in recent decades. Through their work in the crypto, metaverse, gamification, robotics, and artificial intelligence realms, the authors share their experiences from a conceptual, managerial, economic, and ethical perspective, providing both theoretical and tangible tools to a broad spectrum of readers. Through artists, intermediaries, managers, and global art leaders, this book provides a crescendo of professional and human experiences that solidify in a manual for those young and established cultural practitioners, who are willing to participate in the arts.
Alexandra Solea is a Performing Arts Manager, Cultural Entrepreneur, and Professor. Currently she is Program Director of the Master’s degree in Arts and Culture Management at Rome Business School, and Program Coordinator of the Music Management PGCert at the National University of Music in Bucharest. She holds MA degrees in Music Education, Cultural Management, and Musicology from IULM University in Milan, the National University of Music in Bucharest, and “Santa Cecilia” Music Conservatory in Rome, a PhD from “La Sapienza” University of Rome, and a PGC in Higher Education from Harvard University.
Giosuè Prezioso is a Professor, Researcher, and Dean of Academic Affairs at Unicollege, Italy. He holds an MSc in Art, Law and Business from Christie’s London, while specializing in arts and education at the University of Reading and at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (PhDc and PGE). He has lectured at prestigious international institutions, such as Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, the University of South Florida, and at the Italian Parliament. His work has been featured, among others, in Forbes, The Financial Times, and The Cryptonomist.
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