Publications

“ART CART: SAVING THE LEGACY: a replicable interdisciplinary, inter-generational educational experience” in Public: A
Journal of Imagining America (http://public.imaginingamerica.org/blog/article/art-cart-saving-the-legacy-a-replicable-interdisciplinary-inter-generational-educational-experience/). Vol. 3, Issue 1, Spring 2015.

“National Center for Creative Aging” with Gay Hanna, Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging, John Wiley & Sons. Published Online: 21 DEC 2015 DOI: 10.1002/9781118521373.wbeaa118 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118521373.wbeaa118/abstract

“ARTCART: SAVING THE LEGACY,” in _digm, forthcoming inaugural issue, Denver, Colorado, 2016.

“Are We Ignoring Our Most Loyal Supporters?” Chamber Music America Magazine, New York: Chamber Music America, September 2013.

“The Sociology of the Artist,” Encyclopedia of Aesthetics , Oxford University Press, New York City, forthcoming 2014 and 1998.

Arts & Health (2013): ART CART: SAVING THE LEGACY, a model for positive aging and the productivity of professional artists, Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, DOI: 10.1080/17533015.2013.811277. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17533015.2013.811277

STILL KICKING: Aging Performing Artists in NYC and LA Metro Areas, Information on Artists IV (2011). New York: Research Center for Arts and Culture, Teachers College Columbia University.

“At the Table,” National Performance Network 25th Anniversary Book, 2011

“Painting Your Life: A Study of Aging Visual Artists in New York City,” with Douglas Heckathorn and Michael Spiller, POETICS, XXXIX: 1, February 2011, 19-43. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304422X10000720

ABOVE GROUND: Information on Artists III Special Focus New York City Aging Artists (2007), New York: Research Center for Arts And Culture, Teachers College Columbia University.

Respect for Art: Visual Arts Administration and Management in China and the United States, with Yu Ding, (2007) Beijing:  Intellectual Property Publishing House

Dedicated to Dance:  The New Jersey Dance Needs Assessment Project (2006), New York: Research Center for Arts and Culture, Teachers College Columbia University.

“After the Ball is Over: Career Transition for Dancers Around the World”, International Journal for Cultural Policy. 11:3 (November 2005), 341-355.

Making Changes: Facilitating The Transition of Dancers to Post-Performance Careers (2004) with William J. Baumol and David Throsby, New York: Research Center for Arts and Culture, Teachers College Columbia University“

Arts Administration Education in the United States: an historical overview, Arts Research, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China, 2004.

‘”Managing Uncertainty: The Visual Arts Market in the United States “ in Understanding International Art Markets and Management, ed Iain Robertson, London: Routledge, 2005.

“Research on the Individual Artist: Seeking the Solitary Singer”, Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society – Research on Artists”, Washington DC:  Heldref Publications, (Spring 2004), xxxiv, 1, 9-22.

“Jazz Musicians: The Cost of the Beat,” Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society, Washington DC: Heldref Publications XXXIII: 1, spring 2003.

 Changing the Beat: A Study of  the Worklife of Jazz Musicians, Volume I: Executive Summary, National Endowment for the Arts, San Francisco Study Center and the Research Center for Arts and Culture, NYC, January 2003. National Endowment for the Arts Research Report #43.

Changing the Beat: A Study of the Worklife of Jazz Musicians, Volume II: American Federation of Musicians, National Endowment for the Arts, San Francisco Study Center and the Research Center for Arts and Culture, NYC, forthcoming 2003.

Changing the Beat: A Study of the Worklife of Jazz Musicians, Volume III: Respondent Driven Sampling, National Endowment for the Arts, San Francisco Study Center and the Research Center for Arts and Culture, NYC, forthcoming 2003.

“Jazz Networks: Using Respondent-driven Sampling to Study the Network Structure of Two Jazz Musician Communities.” Unpublished paper to be delivered at the American Sociological Assocation Annual Meeting, Atlanta, August 2003.

“Finding the Beat: Using Respondent-Driven Sampling to Identify Jazz Musicians” with Douglas Heckathorn, POETICS, xxviii: 4, 2001.

Editor, Special Issue, “Tracking the Invisible: Identifying Artist Populations,” POETICS, xxviii: 4, 2001.

The Playwright’s the Thing! A Report for the Theatre Development Fund on American Playwrights, Research Center for Arts and Culture, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, 1999.

“The Sociology of the Artist,” Encyclopedia of Aesthetics , Oxford University Press, New York City, 1998.

Information on Artists II (6 Volumes), Research Center for Arts and Culture, Columbia University, New York City, 1998.

“A decade of change,” International Arts Manager, 43-46, June 1998.

“The Arts in Arts Management Education: Meeting the Changing Needs of Arts Managers” with Jennifer Radbourne, Aesthetex: Australian Journal of Arts Management, VII: 2, 54-64, Summer 1997.

“The View From Over Here,” Arts Training, Australia, Fall 1997.

“Philanthropy and the American Artist: A Historical Overview,” European Journal of Cultural Policy, III : 2, 207-233, 1997.

Nature’s Journeymen in The Business of Being an Artist, ed. Janet Summerton, City University of London, 1995.

Artists Who Work With Their Hands: Painters, Sculptors, Craft Artists and Artist Printmakers, a Trend

Report 1970-1990 with Robert Greenblatt, in Artists in the Workforce, Research Project #37, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, D.C., 1996.

“Professionalism and the Visual Artist,” with David Throsby, European Journal of Cultural Policy, London, I: 99-108, 1994.

Editor, New Curriculum in Nonprofit Law in Central and Eastern Europe: A Resource Book, Columbia  University, 1994.

Editor, New Curriculum in Nonprofit Law, Columbia University, 1993.

Citizen Exchange Council, New York City, 1993.

Editor, The Actor Speaks:  Actors Discuss Their Experiences and Careers, Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., Westport, CT., 1994.

Editor, St. Petersburg 2003: Cultural Policy and Economic Development, A Resource Book, Citizen

“The Independent Arts,” background paper, Citizen Exchange Council, St. Petersburg 2003, New York City, 1993.

Editor, The Painter Speaks:  Artists Discuss Their Experiences and Careers, Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., Westport, CT, 1993.

Editor, The Craftsperson Speaks:  Artists in Varied Media Discuss Their Crafts, Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., Westport, CT, 1992.

Artists Training and Career Project:  Actors, with Robert Greenblatt and Catherine Sessions.  Research Center for Arts and Culture, Columbia University, New York City, 1992.

Artists Training and Career Project:  Painters, with Zoe Friedman and Robert Greenblatt.  Research Center for Arts and Culture.  Columbia University, New York City, 1991.

Artists Training and Career Project: Craftspeople, with Robert Greenblatt and Mary Greeley.  Research Center for Arts and Culture.  Columbia University, New York City, 1991.

Arts Money:  Raising It, Saving It and Earning It.  University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1989.  Second Edition.

Editor, Information on Artists.  12 vols.  Research Center for Arts and Culture.  Columbia University, New York City, 1989.

Editor, Artisthelp: The Artist’s Guide to Work-Related, Human and Social Services.  Neal-Schuman, New York City, 1989.

“Between Extremities: The Artist Described,” with Robert Greenblatt, Journal of Arts Management and Law, XIX: 1, 1989.

“Training the New Philanthropists,” Social Responsibility and the Arts, Journal of Arts Management and  Law, XIX:  2, 1989.

“Notes From the Artplex: Research Issue in Arts Administration,” Journal of Arts Management and Law, XVII:  1, 5-12, 1988.

“Artists as Consumers,” American Demographics, April 1988.

Editor, Notes from the Black Keys, Music Assistance Fund, New York City, 1988.

Commuters and Broadway.  Exploring the Metropolis and Research Center for Arts and Culture.  New York City, 1987

“The Artist Alone: Selected Findings, ” with Joseph Hosie and Robert Greenblatt, FYI, NYC, 1987.

“The Artist Alone: Work-Related Human and Social Service Needs,” Journal of Arts Management and Law, XVII: 3, 1987

“The Arts and Television: The Rectangle and the Dollar,” Research and Evaluation, Canada Council, 1985.

“Consumer Panels and the Arts, or, the Walrus and the Carpenter from the Oysters’ Point of View,” with Donald E. Sexton,Consumer Behavior in the Arts, Journal of Arts Management and Law, XV:  1, Washington, 1985.

Arts Money:  Raising It, Saving It and Earning It.  Neal-Schuman, New York City, 1983.  First Edition.

“Training Arts Managers: Views From the Field,” Journal of Arts Management and Law, XXXI, 2, Summer 1983.

“Making Money:Real Estate Strategies for the Arts,”Journal of Arts Management and Law,XII,3,Fall 82.

The Emerging Arts:  Management, Survival, and Growth.  Praeger Publishing, New York City, 1980.

“Off Off Broadway Theatre, the Cost of Growing Up,” Performing Arts Review, IX, 3, Fall 1979.

Associate Editor, Fourth Annual Conference of the City University of New York, Proceedings, 1974.

American Weave, American Haiku, D’Youville Anthology, poetry published.