Shtayim Pr Arts managers provide administration support to the cultural and creative industries, which include the visual, performing and literary arts. Our work involve organising, managing and developing a wide range of arts events and activities.

For example, in a small theatre company it may involve a whole range of tasks on a day-to-day basis. In a larger organisation, an arts manager is likely to specialise in specific administrative areas, such as marketing, programming or sponsorship. Job titles vary widely, too.

Arts management responsibilities include:

  • Planning a programme of events, securing dates and venues.
  • Booking artists and performers.
  • Event management.
  • General management.
  • Looking after visitors, including directors, producers and artists.
  • Coordinating front of house and box office.
  • Keeping records and analysis of data.
  • Organising marketing and public relations activities.
  • Identifying fundraising opportunities and writing funding bids.
  • Identifying and applying income generation activities such as sales, merchandising and sponsorship.
  • Personnel duties, such as advising on contracts.
  • Planning and managing a budget.
  • Dealing with performing rights and other legal requirements.
  • Overseeing the maintenance of the venue.
  • Overseeing and taking an executive role in artistic production.
  • Researching and applying cultural policy.
  • Attending exhibitions and/or performances.


  • Organise education and training programme‚Äôs.
  • Process grant applications and allocate funding.
  • Work closely with arts organisations.