This new book examines the nation's outdoor arts festivals and identifies their shared and divergent traits, considering factors such as event programming, staffing, finances and audience demographics. This book examines a cross-section of U.S. festivals, self-identified as predominantly "outdoors" and featuring "arts and cultural" programming, and hopes to establish a basis for future exploration into their significance for artists, audiences, and communities. Ideally, the survey and case study results will prompt other arts organizations to ask: what are festivals doing right and how can we replicate it? (Imprint: Nova Press)
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