The Boston University graduate program in Arts Administration proudly fosters an ongoing relationship among its alumni, creating a collaborative community where arts administrators can develop new projects and programs.
Stay in touch! Our Alumni Directory is your resource to connect with peers, share progress, and discover unique professional opportunities. Note: In order to access our Alumni Directory you must first register for BU’s Alumni Online Community to obtain a username and password.
Browse our Alumni Profiles to learn more about some of the graduates of the Arts Administration programs.
Where are you? What are you doing? We would love to know!
In order for our Alumni Directory to best serve students and graduates, we hope to keep it consistently refreshed with current contact information. The directory tracks the success of program graduates while providing a resource to current and graduated students who may be searching for employment in the field. Please keep in touch with updated information, and you will be helping to maintain a vibrant Arts Administration community at BU’s Metropolitan College.
Recent graduates are employed by the following organizations:
- American Conservatory Theatre
- American Repertory Theatre
- Art Vision
- Arts International, Inc.
- Arts Management, Inc.
- Berkshire Museum
- Blue Man Group
- Boston Ballet
- Boston Lyric Opera
- Boston Modern Orchestra Project
- Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Cambridge Arts Council
- Carnegie Hall
- Chorus Pro Musica
- Consulate General of Israel
- DeCordova Museum
- Harvard University Art Museums
- Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
- Lincoln Center
- Massachusetts Cultural Council
- Merrimack Repertory Theatre
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Museum of Science, Boston
- Peabody Essex Museum
- Rhode Island School of Design
- Seattle Symphony
- Seoul Arts Management
- Walnut Hill School for the Arts
- Young Audiences of Oregon
“As the executive director of the Cambridge Arts Council, I frequently rely on the valuable information, experiences, and relationships that I gained as a student in the Arts Administration program at Boston University. Instructors combine real-life experiences, best practices, and theory to provide a quality classroom experience that effectively prepares students for positions in the industry. I credit the program’s director with creating an innovative and stimulating curriculum that reflects what aspiring arts administrators need to know to be successful.”
Master of Science degree, Arts Administration, 2000
Executive Director, Cambridge Arts Council