#Arts Administration

Applications Are Open For Diversity in Arts Leadership Internship program

The New Jersey State Council on the Arts has once again partnered with Americans for the Arts on the Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) Internship program. DIAL matches undergraduate students from backgrounds traditionally untapped for arts leadership with dynamic communities, energetic host arts organizations, and mentors, to guide students' personal and professional growth throughout the summer. In 2022, the nationwide, competitive selection process will grant five paid, ten-week-long internships with New Jersey arts organizations. Internships will take place in-person with virtual elements.
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With holiday concert ahead, Opera Edwardsville visits the show

On this week’s episode of Segue, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s weekly radio program exploring the lives and work of the people on campus and beyond, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Dean Kevin Leonard, PhD, interviews Chase Hopkins, founding artistic director of Opera Edwardsville and general director of Chicago’s Haymarket Opera Company.
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Robin Whatley

My work is a reflection and reinterpretation of pop culture from the 50s, 60s, and 70s combined with a reimagined culture of today. For my mixed media paintings, I combine magazine cut-outs with water-based paints and integrate them into “other worldly” landscapes. For my collage series, I combine vintage magazine cut-outs on paper to create surreal, dreamy vignettes. These works are meant to reveal a deeper underlying psychological theme, feeling, or political statement that transcends time.
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Apply by Jan 15 for IU’s M.A. in Arts Administration

Built to deliver practical, in-demand skills and real-world experience working with arts organizations, the O’Neill School’s M.A. in Arts Administration at Indiana University creates opportunities to learn from practitioners in the field and master innovative ways to support artists. The MAAA program is designed to develop critical skills in leadership,...

Plaza Cinema to reopen

Remember those great foreign films like “Mozart’s Sister,” “Turner,” “The Women on the Sixth Floor,” not to mention operas, classic films like “Casablanca,” romantic musicals like “La La Land,” documentaries, talks with film star Isabella Rossellini, documentary directors and film experts? They were all at Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center and more before COVID hit.

Americans for the Arts Launches 2021 Arts & Cultural Equity Studio

Americans for the Arts announces the launch of a three-part professional development collection designed for emerging arts and culture leaders to dive deep into topics relevant to cultural equity in arts administration and career advancement. Arts & Cultural Equity Studio (ACES) offers attendees insights into various professional journeys in the arts sector and some of the paths that have led to leadership roles in the field.

Fast Track Arts Administration + MBA

Do You Want to Accelerate Your Career in Arts Management?. Do you consider yourself to be a high achieving individual? Are you interested in saving both time and money by completing a bachelors and a masters in 4 years? Are you ready to use your leadership skills to bring culture and entertainment to the world around you? Then enroll in our Fast Track Arts Admin + MBA 4 year program.

Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy Internship

The City of Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE) seeks an Intern to support its 2022 programs. This is an opportunity to learn about OACCE’s role in City government, and to support the communications and outreach strategies of programs led by Philadelphia’s Local Arts Agency. The...

Interim General Administrator

EgoPo Classic Theater in Philadelphia is seeking an Interim General Administrator to work alongside the Artistic Director and Associate Producer for an approximate three-month period from Feb 28 – June 3, 2022. EgoPo Classic Theater reimagines and transforms classic theater and literature into living breathing stories that communicate the experiences of all human beings. We redefine and expand the idea of classics by reintroducing diverse works that have been omitted from the canon and re-bodying and re-voicing familiar works so that they are filtered through our contemporary perspectives.