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"...committed to making the world
safe for "art" — not making art safe for the world"

THE BOSTON UNIVERSITY GRADUATE ARTS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM

IS DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS WHO WISH TO PURSUE CAREERS IN VISUAL ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS,

AND ARTS SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS IN THE PUBLIC, PRIVATE, AND NONPROFIT SECTORS

WORLDWIDE.

The Boston University Master of Science (M.S.) in Arts Administration program emphasizes excellence, creativity, economic problem solving, internationalism, and a commitment to the technologies of our age. We are particularly concerned with helping arts organizations place the achievement of their missions ahead of any blind devotion to maximizing revenues.

 

It is toward such an end that we sustain a deep conviction in the centrality of the role of the artist, and the fundamental importance of artistic excellence, as issues central to the health of all arts organizations in the 21st century.

In short, we are committed to making the world safe for art—not making art safe for the world.

News

Arts Administration Alumna Named International Clore Fellow
Alumna Claudia Castro (MET04) become the first-ever Clore Fellow from Brazil.

Arts Administration Student on WGBH News
Olivia Olivia D’Ambrosio, founding producing artistic director of Boston’s Bridge Repertory Theater, was recently interviewed on WGBH News’ Greater Boston.

Professor Rich Maloney traveled to Brno, Czech Republic to represent the United States as a member of the ENCATC Award jury.

Making Arts Education Count
By Arts Administration alumnus Adarsh Alphons '13.

MET Magazine Commencement Issue 2014
Featuring: alumni Vivian Holland '14 (pictured page 10, bottom right), Ben Hires '08 (pictured page 19, bottom center), and an interview with alumnus Erik Johnson '10 (page 16).

Current Students and Alumni:

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