Artists in Offices

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Artists in Offices by Judith E. Adler.pdf

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Descriptions : Universities have become important sources of patronage and professional artistic preparation With the growing academization of art instruction, young artists are increasingly socialized in bureaucratic settings, and mature artists find themselves working as organizational employees in an academic setting As these artists lose the social marginality and independence asso Universities have become important sources of patronage and professional artistic preparation With the growing academization of art instruction, young artists are increasingly socialized in bureaucratic settings, and mature artists find themselves working as organizational employees in an academic setting As these artists lose the social marginality and independence associated with an earlier, individual aesthetic production, much cultural mythology about work in the arts becomes obsolete.This classic ethnography, based on fieldwork and interviews carried out at the California Institute of the Arts in the 1980s, analyzes the day to day life of an organization devoted to work in the arts It charts the rise and demise of a particular academic art scene, an occupational utopian community that recruited its members by promising them an ideal work setting.Now available in paperback, it offers insight into the worlds of art and education, and how they interact in particular settings The nature of career experience in the arts, in particular its temporal structure, makes these occupations particularly receptive to utopian thought The occupational utopia that served as a recruitment myth for the particular organization under scrutiny is examined for what it reveals about the otherwise unexpressed impulses of the work world










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