Contraction of cultural budgets led more and more communities and associations to seek complementary private funding (patronage, participatory financing, shop, restaurant…).
These practices are still a reluctance among some professionals.
Overview of the issue with Jean-Michel Tobelem, Professor at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, specialist of the management of cultural and Director of Option culture facilities.
- Are we at the dawn of a new era of the cultural economy?
- Why, despite everything, many public cultural actors remain as wary face private subsidies?
- What do these two techniques?
- The difficulties come from a lack of professionalization?
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