Items where Subject is "School of Arts, Social Sciences and Management > Production and Cultural Management"

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Allam, Reem Khalid (2016) Integrating theory and practice in business planning for non-profit arts organizations and festivals: a three-year plan with a critical analysis. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An Annual International Festival of Photography in Scotland: Findings of a study on the feasibility of establishing an annual international festival of photography in Scotland. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Beyond Boundaries: A Reflective Study on Production of Art Show and Challenges of Exhibition-making. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Flyboy Creative Ltd – A Business Plan and Critical Essay. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Little Miss Sunshine’s Vintage Theatre Business Plan and Critical Analysis. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Practice-based research: Reflecting on how crossing creative disciplines impacts upon cultural value. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Queering the Referendum: Queer Theory, The Creative Industries and The Scottish Referendum. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Smart Film Production Business Plan and Critical Evaluation. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Social media in the Not-For-Profit (NFP) sector: What are the benefits of social media for NFP festivals and what opportunities arise from its use? A case study of four Edinburgh based NFP festivals. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Studying the benefits and challenges of artistic collaboration; How do artists collaborate and why do they collaborate? Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) What differences do classical and popular musicians at the Royal Northern College of Music perceive there to be between them and do these perceptions have credibility? Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) What drove the changes in experience of public playgoing in London between the end of the Globe era and the early years of the Patent Theatres? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) The eternal dilemma of accessibility versus sustainability in the theatre industry: A study of pay-what-you-want models’ viability as a permanent principle. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Askew, Dayna (2016) Flying through the air with the greatest of ease. Benefits of participation in circus arts. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Bode, Mary Brigitte (2016) “Dinner &…” A Feasibility Study of a Culinary, Culture and Arts Venue. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

C

Caldarola, Francesco (2016) Culture-led urban regeneration: sustainability models and practices for bottom-up cultural regeneration. The Italian case of Farm Cultural Park. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Janacova, Andrea (2016) Perceptions of the Value of Cultural Heritage: The Value Triangle of Stirling Castle. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Myers, Derwin (2016) Feasibility Study: Critical Analysis Essay. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

R

Rankin, Vanessa (2016) Cinema Matters: An empirical study into understanding the value of local rural cinemas in Scotland. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Sierralta, Jardine (2016) Which are the crowdfunding tactics that theatre campaigns may implement in order to succeed in the online platform? The point of view of seven millennials. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Solomon, Danna (2016) Inside Grease: Live The Production Process of a Live Television Musical Event. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

T

Tsatsoulis, Ektor (2012) An International-Interdisciplinary meeting on Ancient & Modern Greek Theatre and Theatre Management. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Zirwes, Caroline Franziska (2016) “Theatre as a Way of Inclusion” - What effects can theatre have on matters of rehabilitation with (youth) offenders in prison? Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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