Dr Guy Morrow is a lecturer in Arts and Cultural Management and is the Director of the Master of Arts and Cultural Management, and Deputy Chair of the Faculty of Arts Human Ethics Advisory Group. 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 'Artist Management: Agility in the Creative and Cultural Industries' (Routledge, 2018), and 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. He is also currently writing a book entitled 'Designing the Music Business: Design Culture, Music Video and Virtual Reality' (Springer, forthcoming 2020).
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. He was one of the founding co-managers of the band Boy & Bear, and he currently manages and collaborates with designer and video director Jefferton James. In this capacity Guy has worked with Australian and International artists such as Passenger, Josh Pyke, Missy Higgins, Dustin Tebbutt, Emma Louise, Sheppard, The Paper Kites, The Griswolds, Oh Mercy, Tim Rogers, Kasey Chambers, Hellions and Husky.
For his contributions to higher education and also to career development within the creative and cultural industries, Guy has received a Vice Chancellor’s Award from Macquarie University, 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..
Sustaining artistic practices post George Brandis's controversial Australia Council arts f..
Popular Music Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: Facilitating Group Creativity and Spin..
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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..