The Arts Administration graduate program collaborates with OCR (Operational and Curatorial Research in art, design, science and technology) on a series of international conferences, exhibitions and publications.
There is also a newly established collaboration with LEA (Leonardo Electronic Almanac), an internationally acclaimed, peer-reviewed publication that is part of Leonardo/ISAST and MIT Press.
The Arts Administration graduate program is also working with the Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC), and will launch a series of initiatives on arts, politics, and contemporary socio-economics.
Speaking of Arts is the Arts Administration speakers series, continuing a long-established tradition of speaking engagements at BU and internationally.
The History of Art & Architecture at Boston University 2018-2019 Lecture Series presents “The Moiré Effect: Robert Rauschenberg, Print, and Interface” with Jennifer Roberts from Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study, Harvard University. More
The Arts Administartion Program is delighted to announce It’s Time a conversation between Prof. Sean Cubitt (Goldsmiths and Harvard) and Prof. Lanfranco Aceti (MIT and BU) on issues of time and its relationship to the contemporary databased and mediated narratives. More
Arts Administration @ Boston University in collaboration with the International Association for Visual Culture, OCR and the Museum of Contemporary Cuts is proud to announce that Professor Vincent Brown will be delivering a keynote for THE SOCIAL More
Arts Administration @ Boston University in collaboration with the International Association for Visual Culture, OCR and the Museum of Contemporary Cuts is proud to announce that Professor Christopher Heuer will be delivering a keynote for THE SOCIAL More
Arts Administration @ Boston University is announcing a call for interviews for the Black Sheep Talks during the TransCultural Exchange Conference. These interviews will take place February 25-27 More
“Picnic is a memory of women, all sorts of women – beautiful, bitter, harsh, loving, young old, frustrated, happy – sitting on a front porch on a summer evening.” – William Inge More
“Bashed on the Head: Global and Local Tensions in the Life of an Artist,” is the new talk by Lanfranco Aceti, Director of Arts Administration @ Boston University More
The Arts Administration program at Boston University, together with Operational and Curatorial Research (OCR) announces the 4th International Association for Visual Culture Biennial Conference: THE SOCIAL, to be held September 29 – October 1, 2016. More