This presentation is the synopsis of my research into how the IMC (Institute of Museums and Conservation), Portugal’s largest public body for the management of museums can achieve greater financial stability.For my research I looked at the 2010 finances of the Institute, its management models and that of other cultural organizations in Portugal and Europe. In the presentation I primarily address the issue of the ticket sales management, the overriding fiscal, legal and managerial models conditioning the flow of money in and out of the organization, as well as cost-cutting measures.
Luís Ramos Pinto
Researcher, Art Business MA Sotheby’s Institute of Art,
New York, EUA
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Luis Ramos Pinto is a professional in the field of arts management. He has an MA in Art History from The University of Manchester and an MA in Art Business from the Sotheby’s Institute in New York. In 2010 he was awarded the CalousteGulbenkian Curatorial Scholarship. It was at the Sotheby’s Institute that Luis conducted his research on issues of museum management and financial sustainability. Luis was also a contributing writer to the magazine L + Arte.