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Freelancing in the creative industries

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Freelancing in the Creative Industries introduces creative artists from diverse arts industry areas to key policies, creative project concepts and strategic planning central to becoming a successful freelancer in the creative industries. The purpose of the book is to encourage exploration of the relevance of theoretical background and arts policy, case study experiences and the nexus between creative entrepreneurship and arts practice. The book is intended as a useful ongoing support to the practice-led research and applied business knowledge of the early career creative artist, and is also relevant to extending creative entrepreneurship of established industry creative artists. Utilising a diverse range of case studies from theatre/performance, dance, writing, visual arts, jewellery-making, photography and film, this book explores flexible creative vision and innovation blended with a capacity to move between projects and collaborations as key characteristics of the successful artist-as-freelancer.

History

ISBN-13

9780195598261

ISBN-10

0195598261

Language

eng

Publication classification

A2.1 Authored - other, X Not reportable

Copyright notice

2015, Oxford University Press

Number of chapters

10

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Place of publication

South Melbourne, Vic.