Call for donations of Publications for the first Arts Management Center in Tajikistan
The Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation in Tajikistan is about to launch a new MA program in Arts Management in Dushanbe, in partnership with four local universities. This will be the first program of that kind in the region of Central Asia. The program needs a solid backup by methodological materials on diverse subject matters. Therefore the coordinators plan to open a Resource Centre for Arts Management (both online and offline), to be managed by the renowned nonprofit organization Dushanbe Art Ground.Thus, they kindly ask all for donations of materials to the new center – publications, books, documents and so on.
It could be in any field related to arts management, for example cultural policy and legislation, entrepreneurship and innovations in the arts, creative industries, marketing the arts, human resource management, fundraising and financing the arts, international cultural cooperation, cultural diplomacy, economics of culture, cultural tourism, performing arts management, gallery management, and so on.The materials could be in a print version for the Resource Center library, or electronic version for the new website of the Resource Center.
Working towards the goal to establish the MA Program, they finalized successfully a series of training of trainers seminars in 2015 for the local academia and cultural activists in order to improve professionalism and management capacities of cultural operators of NGOs, publicly funded institutions in the cultural sector, as well as cultural businesses, leading to a sustainable strengthening of the overall cultural sector in Tajikistan.
Please send physical publications by post to the following address:
Art Ground, Director
20/4, A. Donish str., apt#43
Republic of Tajikistan
Please, send the online publications, materials and links to Jamshed Kholikov at firstname.lastname@example.org
The institute will acknowledge your name/institution as a donor. Your help is truly appreciated!