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How will the 2010 Conservative Arts Manifesto effect new Arts Organisations?

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Liverpool Ignite presentation by Nia Moore 2nd Year Music Theatre and Entertainment Management student at Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts …

Liverpool Ignite presentation by Nia Moore 2nd Year Music Theatre and Entertainment Management student at Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts

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  • 1. How will the 2010 Conservative Arts Manifesto effect new ArtsOrganisations?
    Nia Moore
    2nd Year Music Theatre and Entertainment Management student
  • 2. Definitions
    Arts Manifesto
    An arts manifesto is a public declaration or document of policies, principles, and aims for the arts.
    Arts Organisations
    An arts organisation is a group of people who work together in the arts sector.
  • 3. Conservative Party
    The conservative party is a political party in the United Kingdom, they are a centre right party.
  • 4. 2010 Conservative Arts Manifesto
    “The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government”
    Written by
    Jeremy Hunt The shadow Culture Secretary
    Ed Vaizy The Arts Minister for the Conservative party
  • 5.
  • 6. Lottery Funding
    “We will restore the Lottery to its original purpose and, by cutting down on administration costs, make sure more money goes to good causes.” (Cameron, 2010, p. 19)
    “Under Labour, the arts have not been given the priority they deserve. Lottery funding has been raided, first to pay for political projects and then for the Olympics.” (Hunt, J.The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government, 2010, p. 1)
  • 7. Mixed Economy
    “Making it easier to give to the arts by reforming the rules surrounding philanthropy” (Hunt,J. The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government, 2010)
  • 8. “Using public funding to catalyse philanthropy and private sector investment” (Hunt,J. The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government, 2010)
    “We will increase the frequency of funding awards where the grant is conditional on the arts body raising some money themselves” (Hunt, J. The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government 2010)
  • 9. Music Available for every child
    “Ensure the funding available is used to promote three simple aims: that every child in school will have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument; that every child has the chance learn to sing; that every child is able to receive a solid cultural education.” (Hunt,J. The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government, 2010, p. 2)
  • 10. 1979 Conservatives Arts Manifesto
    "The 1979 Conservative Party General Election Manifesto”
    The 1979 manifesto focuses on two points for the arts, firstly to reduce tax for private sectors and secondly to reduce the threat to the UK’s heritage through the National Heritage fund.
  • 11. “Lightening the burden of tax should in time enable the private sponsor to flourish again and the reform of capital taxation will lessen the threat to our heritage”(Thatcher, 1979)
  • 12. “We favour the establishment of a National Heritage Fund to help preserve historic buildings and artistic treasures for the nation” (Thatcher, 1979)
  • 13. “We will continue to give as generous support to Britain's cultural and artistic life as the country can afford.” (Thatcher, 1979)
  • 14. Comparison of the two manifestos
    “Mrs. Thatcher believed strongly that Britain should organize its arts on the American model, relying on sponsorship from industry and donations from the private sector.” (Hall, 1991)
    “Using public funding to catalyse philanthropy and private sector investment” (Hunt,J. The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government, 2010)
  • 15. “We will continue to give as generous support to Britain's cultural and artistic life as the country can afford.” (Thatcher, 1979)
    “Ensure the funding available is used to promote three simple aims: that every child in school will have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument; that every child has the chance learn to sing; that every child is able to receive a solid cultural education.” (Hunt,J. The future of the Arts with a Conservative Government, 2010, p. 2)
     
  • 16. Conclusion
    Will the Mixed Economy Work?
  • 17. When there is drastic funding cuts will their policies still be in place?
  • 18. “Philanthropy is always going to favour glitzy organisations. If you are massively rich, chances are you are going to enjoy associating with the Royal Opera House more than some grungy fringe theatre outfit that runs in a shabby back room. And yet the latter may have 20 times more energy and brilliance than anything in the mainstream.” (Higgins, 2010)
  • 19. Bibliography
    Cameron, D. (2010, January 22). Conservatives Draft Manifesto 2010. Retrieved April 1, 2010, from dodmonitoring: http://www.conservatives.com/News/News_stories/2010/01/Mending_our_Broken_Society.aspx
    George, G. A. (2009, July 5th). Gilbert and George: 'Margaret Thatcher did a lot for art'. (A. Praagh, Interviewer)
    Hall, P. (1991, January 20th). THEATER; Taking Stock of Creativity During the Thatcher Years. Retrieved April 10th, 2010, from The New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/1991/01/20/theater/theater-taking-stock-of-creativity-during-the-thatcher-years.html?pagewanted=1
    Higgins, C. (2010, Jaunaury 22). The Conservatives: nice or nasty for the arts? Retrieved April 1, 2010, from Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/charlottehigginsblog/2010/feb/19/conservatives-arts-policy
     
  • 20. Hunt, J. (n.d.). Culture, Media and Sport. Retrieved April 1, 2010, from The Conservaitve Party: http://www.conservatives.com/Policy/Where_we_stand/Culture_Media_and_Sport.aspx
    Hunt, J. (2010, Febuary ). The future fo the Arts with a Conservative Goverment. Retrieved April 1, 2010, from dodsmonitoring: http://www.dodsmonitoring.com/downloads/Misc_Files/arts.pdf
    Jones, J. (2010, April 6th). Don't vote for "Arts" Policy. Retrieved April 8th, 2010, from guardian : http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/jonathanjonesblog/2010/apr/05/arts-policy-2010-general-election
    Kureishi, H. (2009, April 11th). Acceptable in the 80's. Retrieved April 1st, 2010, from guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009/apr/11/thatcher-and-the-arts
    Thatcher, M. (1979). 1979-conservative-manifesto. Retrieved April 01, 2010, from conservativemanifesto: http://www.conservativemanifesto.com/1979/1979-conservative-manifesto.shtml

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