[picture]Arts Administration
The Arts Administration program reflects the conviction that the management of cultural institutions and arts organizations requires strategic planning, artistic creativity and social commitment. The arts managers capable of responding to the challenges and responsibilities of the arts must possess integrated management and financial skills, knowledge of the artistic process in which they are involved and sensitivity to the dynamics and educational needs of the communities they serve.

The Program, which offers a Master of Arts degree, represents an alliance of four disciplines: arts, education, business, and law. It is designed to help professionals meet the challenges of the next decade: these challenges include questions about the long-term health of arts organizations, their missions, governance and management, sources of income, and tax regulations. Such issues as freedom of expression, First Amendment rights, censorship and government intervention in the arts have important implications for international, educational, and cultural policy, and are integral to the Program. Today, arts administration training in the United States is a model in the field, addressing worldwide concerns.
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[thumbnail] Minding the Gap: Targeting Millennials to Ensure the Future of Opera
by B. Townshend (2017)
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[thumbnail] Pointe Shoes and Pencils: The Role of Ballet Companies in K-12 Education
by A. Tweedley (2016)
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[thumbnail] CHINA’S CULTURAL DIPLOMACY AS THE MEANS OF SOFT POWER THROUGH THE LENS OF THE CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE A Comparative Study with the British Council and the Japan Foundation
by L. Fu (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] ART MUSEUM CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NEW YORK CITY: THE DUAL ROLE OF ART MUSEUMS AS ECONOMIC DRIVERS AND COMMUNITY ANCHORS
by A. Yuen (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] Public Art in New York City: Audience Engagement, Sustainable Funding and Controversies
by M. Sanyer (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] ART AS A SERVICE: NON-PROFIT ARTS ORGANIZATIONS OF THE MID-HUDSON VALLEY
by A. Arguelles (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] Multiculturalism and Gentrification: Culturally Specific Performing Arts Organizations in Harlem
by T. Calves (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] Examination of the Venture Philanthropy Model within the Arts
by A. Yuen (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] “A” is for Advocacy: The Nonprofit Arts Education Organization for a Better Chicago
by S. Zegree (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] Once Upon A Time: Understanding How Various Narratives Shape the Identities Of The Morgan Library & Museum, The Frick Collection, And the Neue Galerie.
by A. Morel (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] ATTRACT OR DISTRACT? HOW NEW YORK CITY ORCHESTRAS HAVE ADAPTED THEIR TARGETING STRATEGIES IN RESPONSE TO CHANGING CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
by T. Stola (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] For Your Consideration: The Mechanisms, Guiding Principles and Practices for Marketing the Commercial Theatrical Arts on Broadway
by L. Haynes (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] ART AS A SERVICE: NON-PROFIT ARTS ORGANIZATIONS OF THE MID-HUDSON VALLEY
by A. Arguelles (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] ART MUSEUM CAPITAL PROJECTS IN NEW YORK CITY: THE DUAL ROLE OF ART MUSEUMS AS ECONOMIC DRIVERS AND COMMUNITY ANCHORS
by A. Yuen (05/2016)
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[thumbnail] WHERE DO THE GRANTS GO? HOW NEW YORK CITY’S INDEPENDENT FOUNDATIONS EVALUATE GRANT APPLICATIONS FROM NON-PROFIT PERFORMING ARTS ORGANIZATIONS
by Y. Xuan (05/2016)
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