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|Title:||Attendees preference modelling for an international art festival based on show attendances|
|Citation:||International Journal of Business and Management, 2012; 7(11):18-28|
|Publisher:||Canadian Center of Science and Education|
|Stephen Boyle, Carmen Joham, ABM Abdullah|
|Abstract:||Falassi (1997) regards festivals as a time of celebration. Can festivals be considered catalysts for experiencing local art and culture or do they serve to promote an internationalised version of culture? This paper explores the role of arts festivals on local cultural consumption through festival attendees’ preferences to particular styles of cultural performances. Using data from the 2009 Hong Kong Arts Festival the paper seeks to identify the factors underlining attendee preferences. Findings show that there is a demand for a balance of local and international cultural experiences. This result highlights the dual role of major festivals of both bringing the best of international art to local residents while also showcasing the traditional and contemporary culture of the region.|
|Keywords:||Arts festivals; cultural consumption; cultural attractions; Asian market; Hong Kong|
|Rights:||Copyright © Canadian Center of Science and Education|
|Appears in Collections:||Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre publications|
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