- Covers For-Profit and Not-for-Profit Arts Administration
- Develops Financial and Managerial skills
- Explores Audience Identification and Marketing Techniques
These courses provide the marketing, managerial, fundraising, and financial skills that are needed to succeed in arts organizations and institutions, including museums, galleries, alternative spaces, and performing arts groups. Learn to create strategic plans, to develop budgets, and to fundraise. Explore new techniques for marketing arts organizations and events.
Learn more about the Diploma in Visual and Performing Arts Administration.
Explore the range of public art being produced, and learn about current trends and best practices in creating and managing public art.
Examine the concepts of culture, diversity, and equity, and learn how to cultivate a culture of diversity and inclusion at an arts organization.
Gain an understanding of the financial foundation of cultural organizations, which is critical to your and your organization’s success.
Gain knowledge of the relationships among collecting, preserving, and presenting works of art and cultural heritage.
Learn to develop programs that further a performing arts organization’s mission while meeting the needs and interests of different audiences.
Examine what a nonprofit arts manager must know about the business of marketing the visual and performing arts.
Learn creative ways that arts and museum professionals engage in social impact and change, and explore the impact on the profession.
Gain knowledge of PR’s changing role at arts institutions, and acquire the communication skills needed to be an arts administrator.
Explore the educational programs and services that arts organizations can develop with schools, the local community, and the general public.