The special issue New Forms of Finance and Funding in the Cultural and Creative Industries of the Journal of Cultural Economics explores the recurring question of how to innovatively raise financial resources for the cultural and creative industries.Continue reading “A PARADIGMATIC CHANGE IN FINANCE AND FUNDING IN THE CULTURAL AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES”
Virtual reality has already met art and culture in its recent growth. Emotions, as an important part of everyone’s relation to the world, could give precious insights to favour its further development.Continue reading “ASSERTING EMOTIONS FOR VIRTUAL REALITY: TOWARD EXPERIENCE SCORING”
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Audience members are willing to spend more time watching modern dance, and pay more for tickets, when they consider the dancers more attractive.Continue reading “DOES THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF THE DANCER MATTER IN MODERN DANCE?”
The great Italian sculptor Michelangelo has allegedly once said, “Every block of stone has a statue inside, and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.” We have always believed that only humans held the incredible skill of imagining and creating art, as if it represented a form of self-expression unique to our own specie. However, this perspective has changed.