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They are seen as what economists call a ‘merit good’ – in other words, something of social value (like preventive healthcare and education) but which people might not be prepared to pay for if left to themselves. As a result, governments tend to see supporting the arts as part of their remit (although the priority given to this is variable). In the UK and much of Europe such support is through direct funding mediated selectively through a mixture of national and local agencies and local authorities.
To ensure excellence; to protect innovation; to assist access for as many people as possible, both to create and to appreciate; to help provide the seedbed for the creative economy; and to assist in the regeneration of areas of deprivation’ (Smith, 1998: 19). This is essentially a utilitarian valuation of the arts, with its hard-headedly democratic themes of social inclusion, economic benefit and active participation. The emphases on excellence and innovation underline the link with industry which is an important part of Smith’s perspective.
The intention had been to organize it in partnership, but the precedent set by the project launch had left the Ebor Gardens side of the relationship feeling that they had a very hard act to follow, and so they had lacked the self-confidence to get properly involved in making it happen. The Playhouse rethought its approach. Instead of its customary, but in this case slightly intimidating, dynamism, it became a lot more laid back. This gave the Ebor Gardens partners more space to come forward – and a significant number of residents started venturing out to attend mainstream theatre events.