Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

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Professor James Hart is one of the only full-time professors of arts entrepreneurship in the U.S.

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The minor in arts entrepreneurship provides an overview of how to develop and launch a new arts venture; the arts management minor provides an overview of how professional arts organizations are managed.

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The MA/MBA and MM-IAM master’s degrees produce graduates who are well-prepared to hold leadership positions in arts, entertainment and nonprofit organizations around the world.

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The National Center for Arts Research (NCAR) addresses the challenges facing arts organizations by providing data-driven insights.

Arts Entrepreneurship Educator’s Conference

SMU Meadows School of the Arts

June 6-7, 2014

Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas

Registration: $50, Students $35

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Arts Entrepreneurship educators, program directors, students, working artists and the curious are invited to the first national meeting dedicated to arts entrepreneurship education. The conference will focus on helping participants engage with new pedagogical techniques and the larger issues surrounding the field.

The Cornerstone of an Academic Society

The most important aspect of the conference will be the formation of an academic society for arts entrepreneurship educators. In summer 2013, a small group of arts entrepreneurship educators met at North Carolina State University to establish the organization’s foundation. The Arts Entrepreneurship Educators Conference is only one outcome of this important work.

Open Call for Proposals: Workshop proposals are restricted to pedagogical concerns and panel discussions are restricted to topics of specific interest to arts entrepreneurship educators.

This peer-reviewed call opens February 16, 2014 and closes April 1, 2014. Proposals should include: Format (workshop or panel), topic, executive summary, technology requirements and a 250-word description.

Email proposals to: jjgangi@ncsu.edu

The Following hotels are recommended for the conference:

Courtyard by Marriott - Central Expressway (direct link to SMU rate reservation page)
(1-800-321-2211; 1-800-321-2211 FREE; or 214-739-2500; 214-739-2500 FREE)
Ten minutes from campus with complimentary shuttle to campus with advanced reservation.

Doubletree - Campbell Center (direct link to SMU rate reservation page)
(800-222-8733; 800-222-8733 FREE; or 214-691-8700; 214-691-8700 FREE)
Located across from NorthPark Center. 5 minutes from campus with complimentary shuttle service to campus.

Holiday Inn Dallas Central-Park Cities (at SMU Boulevard) (direct link to SMU rate reservation page)
(1-888-465-4329 or 1-888-465-4329 FREE)
Two minutes from campus with complimentary shuttle service to campus.

Hotel Lumen (direct link to SMU rate reservation page)
(214-219-2400 or 214-219-2400 FREE)
Directly across from campus, FREE WiFi, PM wine hour and complimentary bicycle rental.

Flights:

We have two airports located near SMU: DFW and Love Field. Each is a short drive from campus.

Areas of Study

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Art

Art History

Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

Undergraduate Studies

Graduate Studies

Faculty and Staff

Classes

Alumni

Entrepreneurship at Meadows

National Center for Arts Research

NCAR NEA Study

NCAR AAMD Report

Educator’s Conference

Internships

Facilities

Arts Entrepreneurship Resources

Communication Studies

Creative Computation

Dance

Film and Media Arts

Journalism

Music

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