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The Arts Administration program is proud of the accomplishments of its students, alumni, staff, and faculty. You can keep up with the latest news here or have this information sent to you directly via our newsletter.
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. More
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. More
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. More
The Arts Administration program is proud to welcome Marie Beam as a guest speaker in the Grant Writing class. Ms. Beam is Chief Development Officer at the Discovery Museums, in Acton, Massachusetts. Marie manages all aspects of The Discovery Museums’ development operation More
The Arts Administration program is proud to welcome Stephanie Berkowitz as a guest speaker in Financial Management. Stephanie spoke with the class on managing an organizational budgets, how to deal with issues such as when a state line item is cut, how to budget for youth salaries, and much more. More