Dr Guy Morrow is a lecturer in Arts and Cultural Management and is the Director of the Master of Arts and Cultural Management, Chair of the Faculty of Arts Human Ethics Advisory Group and Director of Graduate Studies for the School of Culture and Communication. He joined the University in 2017 and is a specialist in artist management, with a particular focus on agile management practices within the fields of music, dance and film.
His most recent book is 'Designing the Music Business: Design Culture, Music Video and Virtual Reality' (Springer, 2020) and his previous book was 'Artist Management: Agility in the Creative and Cultural Industries' (Routledge, 2018). His current contract research project looks at the impact of Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Charts, New Zealand (NZ) Charts and Regional Spotify Charts on consumer purchasing behaviour in the Australian live music industry.
Dr Guy Morrow also has a vast record of achievement in the creative and cultural industries and has worked with many of Australia’s best-known musicians within various popular music scenes through direct management, and also through music and design work. Along with his clients Guy has received five Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Awards, as well as Gold and Platinum Awards from ARIA.
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The Impact Of Aria Charts, Nz Charts And Regional Spotify Charts On Consumer Purchasing Be..
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The Impact of ARIA Charts, NZ Charts and Regional Spotify Charts on Consumer Purchasing Behaviour in the Live Music Industry
Guy Morrow, Jennifer Beckett
Report | 2019
This report used a mix of qualitative and quantitative research approaches to examine the impact of ARIA charts, NZ charts and reg..
Popular Music Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: Facilitating Group Creativity and Spin-off Formation Through Internship Units
G MORROW, E Gilfillan, I Barkat, P Sakinofsky
Book Chapter | 2017
Popular music is a growing presence in education, formal and otherwise, from primary school to postgraduate study. Programmes, cou..
The Impact of Public Funding on Creative Processes in Australia: Three Case Studies of Visual Artists
G Morrow, E Gilfillan
Journal article | 2014 | Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management
Artistic practices are subjected to numerous situational factors that simultaneously hinder and/or enable future artistic activity..
Online and Offline: Liveness in the Australian Music Industries
G Morrow, S Keith, D Hughes, D Crowdy, M Evans
Journal article | 2014 | Civilisations: The State of the Music Industry
This article explores the concept of musical liveness, and seeks to clarify how digital technologies are changing conceptions of l..
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