economics

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Entrepreneur

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Entrepreneur

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Entrepreneur

Funding for the arts is essential, but without the right approach it can blunt artists’ entrepreneurial skills, writes Toner Quinn

Published on 1 August 2010

Toner Quinn is founder and publisher of The Journal of Music. He will perform a solo fiddle concert at the The Little Museum of Dublin on 29 January 2015. Visit http://www.tonerquinn.com

Editorial: Futures entwined

Editorial: Futures entwined

The direct impact the new digital culture is having on music, in terms of access, dissemination and copyright, is well documented, but the indirect impact less so.

Published on 1 June 2010

Toner Quinn is founder and publisher of The Journal of Music. He will perform a solo fiddle concert at the The Little Museum of Dublin on 29 January 2015. Visit http://www.tonerquinn.com

Editorial: Tell us another

Editorial: Tell us another

‘I mbliana ní raibh aon urraíocht ar fáil faraor, leis an tseachtain ealaíne is oidhreachta a reachtáil mar a bhíonns againn go hiondúil.’ Or, in English: ‘Unfortunately, no sponsorship was...

Published on 1 April 2010

Toner Quinn is founder and publisher of The Journal of Music. He will perform a solo fiddle concert at the The Little Museum of Dublin on 29 January 2015. Visit http://www.tonerquinn.com

This is Serious

This is Serious

"The story of how Cowell came to love ‘Jedward’ is the story of how capital, given enough time, consumes even that which appears to be inconsumable." Despite its cheapness, music is the winner in The X Factor, argues Stephen Graha

Published on 1 April 2010

Stephen Graham is an editor at www.musicalcriticism.com and blogs at www.robotsdancingalone.wordpress.com

Editorial: A Model Business

Editorial: A Model Business

The search for a sustainable business model for the producing and selling of music in the digital age persists, but it is crippled by a narrow view of the internet.

Published on 1 February 2010

Toner Quinn is founder and publisher of The Journal of Music. He will perform a solo fiddle concert at the The Little Museum of Dublin on 29 January 2015. Visit http://www.tonerquinn.com

Surrendering without a Struggle: the Loss of the Public Space in the era of Globalisation

Surrendering without a Struggle: the Loss of the Public Space in the era of Globalisation

Surrendering without a Struggle: the Loss of the Public Space in the era of Globalisation

Those interested in our cultural space must abandon the fashionably apolitical, argued former Labour TD and Minister for the Arts and now President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, writing in 2001.

Published on 1 January 2001