Arts Management and Leadership

Arts Management and Leadership is an interdisciplinary program with courses in arts philanthropy and major gifts, arts marketing, cultural policy, strategic thinking and planning, contract negotiation, industrial relations, and an introduction to financial and management accounting.

Research in this subject is informed by the literature of several disciplines. Your liaison librarians are available for research consultation and can help you design research strategies, access key databases, effectively use the information resources of Queen’s University Library and beyond, and stay current in your field. The Library evaluates, purchases and makes available teaching and research materials including data, books, journals, databases and multimedia resources

Arts Management and Leadership encompasses a wide field of study, including art, business, industrial relations to name a few. Please refer to the appropriate subject guide to find relevant databases.


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Call for Presenters: I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference

Share your research, creative projects, experiential learning experiences and inquiry projects with the Queen's community. Undergraduate students from any discipline are invited to submit an abstract for the 13th Annual I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference to be held March 7th and 8...

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We are pleased to announce that the project “Dataverse for the Canadian Research Community: Developing reusable and scalable tools for data deposit, curation, and sharing” has recently received funding from the CANARIE Research Data Management (RDM) fund.

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