The MMIAM Journey

A blog about the Master of Management
in International Arts Management program

Trusting Yourself and Your Abilities

A MMIAM Journey Interview with Charlotte Diwan

Charlotte Diwan is an arts administrator from Geneva, Switzerland. After six years of working for artgenève—an internationally renown contemporary and modern art fair and subsidiary of Palexpo—she became director of the fair in August. Charlotte was a member of the third MMIAM cohort, completing the program in 2016.  Let’s start with the question I ask …

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Raymond Wong

Building a Space for Community and Learning on a Former Military Base

A MMIAM Journey Interview with Raymond Wong

Raymond Wong is the Deputy General Director of the Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying) in Taiwan. Weiwuying, as it’s known, is the largest performing arts center under one roof in the world. It is his responsibility to manage and oversee the aspects of marketing and branding, business operation, creative learning, and arts participation. Raymond …

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A Glimpse into Academic Research

The Appropriation Process

Some of our ticket buyers are experienced, they often go to see shows or exhibitions and are subscribers or friends of the museum. On the other hand, others rarely have  the chance to spend time in our theaters or museums. How then does one or the other receive the artistic experience? What is the process …

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An Analytical and Comparative Approach to Cultural Heritage Experiences Enhanced with Augmented Reality (Abridged)

Introduction Many tourist and cultural heritage sites have sought to enrich their visitors’ in-situ experience by deploying digital tools such as augmented reality (AR). Some managers of tourist and cultural heritage destinations seem convinced that AR enriches the visitor experience while others continue to offer other choices (e.g., audioguides and  interactive kiosks) and they remain …

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