Marketing artertainment : are museums jumping on the bandwagon
Rentschler, Ruth and Osborne, A. 2007, Marketing artertainment : are museums jumping on the bandwagon, in 3Rs, reputation responsibility relevance, Otago University, School of Business, Dept. of Marketing, Dunedin, N.Z..
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The purpose of this paper is to argue that greater awareness of the traditions and innovations in marketing language, as exemplified in museum marketing, leads to enhanced ability to understand branding as a strategic tool. Successful art galleries can be thought of as branding “artertainment", actively engaged in bringing the art world and popular culture together in a competitive aesthetic arena. This paper sees branding straddling culture and linguistic criticism to look at its complex underpinnings in verbal and linguistic processes that link to larger socio-cultural issues on how brands work. It generates novel concepts and develops theory for marketers.
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