Boston University Arts Administration Alumni Association (A4) is presenting Panel & Networking Event on March 12, open to all current students and alumni.
Category: Current Students
This summer, Innovate@BU is launching the Impact Film Competition. We’re asking current BU students to create a 90-second film that tells the story of a person, place, thing, or idea that is creating impact.
Arts Administration graduate student Louise (You) Cao has been named interim President of the Arts Administration Student Association (AASA) board. Louise works as one of the Graduate Assistants to the department of Arts Administration.
Occupational Therapy Graduate Students enrolled in OT 513 Analysis and Adaptation of Occupation will display 8” x 10” color photographs featuring images of Participation and Health from three categories: How We Work, How We Live, and How We Play.
The Arts Administration program is proud to welcome Leah Triplett Harrington as a guest speaker in the Writing for the Arts class. Ms. Harrington currently serves as a senior editor for Big, Red, & Shiny, an award-winning Boston-based online arts magazine.
As part of the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (a2ru) 5th Annual Conference, academics and practitioners from across the country will gather to map, envision, and advance the national discourse around Creative Placemaking for research institutions and their communities.
Developed by Boston University’s College of Communication and Metropolitan College, the Master of Science in Health Communication (MSHC) is the first degree of its type to be offered online, providing academic
Affirmative Re-Action, curated by Lanfranco Aceti and Candice Bancheri for the Museum of Contemporary Cuts, is the latest art project by American conceptual artist, Jay Critchley. Rooted in the long tradition of twentieth-century art, the artwork is a recycling and re-hanging of Provincetown’s historical street banners.
Attention students graduating in May 2017! This is important information about the commencement ceremonies. Please update your diploma and graduation information on the Student Link ASAP if you haven’t done so yet. Be sure to update this information even if you do not plan to attend Commencement ceremonies.
Richard Logothetis, a first year Arts Administration student, has received a $1,000 grant from The BU Arts Initiative – Office of the Provost. The grant will go to support his project, Witness, a concert honoring the victims of last year’s Pulse Nightclub Shooting.