On November 15, Kristen Hoskins will host students of the Art World class during a site visit to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, where she is the Curator of Lectures, Courses and Concerts.
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Peter DiMuro will join the Arts and the Community class on September 21. Mr. DiMuro is the Executive Artistic Director of the Dance Complex in Cambridge, MA, and an internationally recognized choreographer, director, teacher, and arts practitioner.
Newbury Fine Arts is seeking an Administrative Assistant. This is an opportunity to learn at one of Boston’s leading fine art galleries. Founded in 1984, Newbury Fine Arts has been a strong presence on Boston’s historic Newbury Street and has continued to showcase a unique assemblage of contemporary artists.
The Metropolitan College Department of Computer Science is looking for a self-motivated and dependable student to work 10-20 hours per week in a fun, fast paced office setting starting this Fall 2017. The ideal applicant will be an adept multitasker with the ability to perform various activities
Boston University Office of the Provost is seeking a graduate assistant to support the University’s efforts to obtain and maintain state authorization for BU distance education programs in each of the 50 states. The graduate assistant will be involved in the collection of information necessary for initial applications, renewal applications and data reporting.
On June 19, Brendan Ciecko will speak with students in the special topics class, Computer Technology and the Arts. Mr. Ciecko is the Founder and CEO of Cuseum, a technology company that builds tools for visitor engagement for museums and public attractions.
On June 5, George Fifield is a guest speaker for the special topics class, Computer Technology and the Arts. An early innovator in the area of digital arts, Mr. Fifield served as the Curator of New Media at the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum from 1993 to 2006.
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.
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