This paper examines the theory of project management and how it can be implemented in art projects. It starts by defining the role of the art manager as well as the role of the project manager and how these two can be fused. Further on, it analyses the four stages of which a project is commonly divided into: Conceptualization, Planning, Delivery and Closure. During the course of the paper several project management tools are evaluated and rated from experience and always in reference to the art project Inflatable Bricks. The paper also demonstrates that a good project manager not only uses tools for planning but is also involved in motivating the team and solving problems and conflict. The conclusion aims to show that even though management in the arts is often criticized it leads to an increase in professionalism within the art sector. When applied correctly project management tools should ease management in art projects and not make it more complicated.