Academic Coordinator/Lecturer Carnival Studies Programme & Post Graduate Diploma in Arts and Cultural Enterprise Management Programme –
Dr. Jo-Anne Tull is an academic, researcher and consultant in Caribbean creative economy development with a particular interest in festival entrepreneurship, festival statistics, cultural heritage and development, cultural industries impacts and strategy. She is currently completing two manuscripts – one on the Caribbean creative and cultural economy – “Caribbean Cultural Economy Anthology” with Dr. Deborah Hicklng-Gordon (forthcoming UWI Press); and the other, a digital text “The Business of the Arts CAPE Guide” with Mr. Farley Joseph. She has also written and published in the area of festival/event evaluation and cultural resources. Dr. Tull is currently the Academic Coordinator of the undergraduate Carnival Studies programme as well as the post-graduate diploma ACEM (Arts, Cultural and Enterprise Management) at the Department of Creative and Festival Arts, University of the West Indies St. Augustine Campus. At the undergraduate level she teaches the economics of culture, enterprise internships for the arts, festival management, festival project and cultural research methods; and at the post-graduate level – Arts, Culture and Society, and Project Development.