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.

Minor in Arts Management

Fine artists and performers may enjoy the limelight - but it's the people behind the scenes who are the engines that run the business of art. Arts Management can be an exhilarating and rewarding career path, and the knowledge you'll gain with this minor can help prepare you for an arts management career working for a major museum, theatre company, performing arts center, or other artistic venue.

This six-course minor provides an overview of the way professional arts organizations are managed, emphasizing practical issues like budgeting and financial management, fundraising and philanthropy, and cultural policy.

Requirements for the Minor

18 Credit Hours

Core Requirements: 12
Elective Course (one from the following): 3
Additional Elective Course (additional course from the list above, or one from the following with instructor approval): 3
Total Credit Hours 18

The Minor in Arts Management is administered by the Division of Arts Management & Arts Entrepreneurship.
Classes are taught by faculty from: Art; Arts Management & Arts Entrepreneurship; Advertising; Art History; Simmons School (Sports Facility and Event Management); Film & Media Arts; and Theatre.

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Advertising

Art

Art History

Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

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Minor in Arts Entrepreneurship

Minor in Arts Management

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