Despite the development of technologies that allow businesses to operate more efficiently and transparently, it remains difficult for an outsider to see and understand the way in which the music industry pays its artists. The cash flow is becoming more convoluted with an increased diversity of options for consuming music, making it more difficult for artists—even those in the industry—to track how their royalties are calculated. AMT Lab Contributor Colin Baylor explores some potential solutions for this broken system.
In this new publication, AMT Lab Contributor Wanqi Peng shares her research on the current state of arts education in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Included in the report is an overview of the field, a summary of trends in digital arts courses, and a course study following a pioneer of online arts education. Download the full report here.
AMT Lab’s answers the "how" and "why" of implementation for a particular technology solution. These ideas are presented via case studies of best practices, product reviews, interviews, and national surveys. Our researchers do the deep dive for you providing a unique and in depth understanding of where technology is going in the arts management sector.
Current features research updates from AMT Lab contributors, case studies of arts organizations employing innovative technological approaches, and news summaries of developments affecting the field.
Dialogues features interviews with leading arts management professionals on technological trends, challenges, and innovations, including AMT Lab radio shows.
Reviews profiles apps, software, and other products relevant to the arts industry.