The MMIAM Journey

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

Perceived Value of the Opera Experience in the Real and Virtual Spheres

Dimensions That Make the Difference (Abridged)

Online streaming is a great challenge for opera houses. On the one hand, this new channel, which has been rather disruptive for this very traditional sector, offers opera houses a development path and a way to achieve one of their main goals: renew their audience and broaden it (Kemp and Poole, 2016). On the other …

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Confirming the Possibilities and Power of Museums

A MMIAM Journey Interview with Elizabeth Alvarado

Elizabeth Alvarado is cultural manager and museum specialist for the Peruvian Ministry of Culture. She completed the Master of Management in International Arts Management program in 2014 and currently resides in Lima, Peru. Below is her interview with Brittany Johnson. How did you become interested in the arts? Since I can recall, I have always …

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Ekkehard Jung is Managing Director for the European FilmPhilharmonic Institute in Berlin

“We Only See a Small Fraction of What’s Going on Around Us. You Have to Ask Questions”

A MMIAM Journey Interview with Ekkehard Jung

Ekkehard Jung is a German musician and arts administrator living in Berlin. He is Managing Director and Partner for the European FilmPhilharmonic Institute as well as the Managing Director and Owner of his own firm, Ekkehard Jung Artists & Projects. He is a new member of the MMIAM International Advisory Committee. Below is his interview …

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Cultural Omnivorousness in South Korea

The Effects of Political Participation, Religion and Cultural Infrastructure (Abridged)

Bourdieu (1984) proposed the concept of “cultural capital,” which suggests that social class corresponds to cultural tastes, a notion that has sparked discussions about cultural hierarchy worldwide. In contrast to the theory of cultural capital, it was found that American elites showed more eclectic tastes, ranging from high culture to popular culture (Peterson and Simkus …

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