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Arts Admin Director Burnishes Program’s International Bona Fides with Visits to Brussels and Seoul

May 8th, 2023in News & Events

Arts Admin Director Doug DeNatale teaches a class
As its name implies, the art world is a fundamentally global one. What’s more, globalization continues to play a significant role in shaping it, which is why the BU Metropolitan College Arts Administration program prioritizes developing international perspectives by requiring US-based students to take time to study abroad in places like Barcelona, Spain; Dublin, Ireland; Brussels, Belgium; London, England; and Havana, Cuba. More

A Class That Gets Results: Creative Startups Survey Finds Creativity to be an Entrepreneurial Launchpad

May 5th, 2023in News & Events

MET Arts Administration Lecturer Wendy Swart Grossman teaches a class

Her 10 years teaching Creative Startups: From Idea to Impact (MET AR 789) in the BU Metropolitan College MET Arts Administration program made Wendy Swart Grossman curious: What had become of the many students that had come and gone through her classroom? What do the more than 170 people who have taken it remember from the class, and what lasting impact did it make? More

Lecture: Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson, Chair, National Endowment for the Arts

March 29th, 2023in News & Events

Lecture: Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson, Chair, National Endowment for the Arts


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The Arts Administration program at Boston University's Metropolitan College (MET) is proud to announce that Dr. Maria Rosario Jackson, chair of the National Endowment for the Arts, will deliver the second Annual Daniel Ranalli Lecture. This year’s lecture is brought to you by MET in partnership with BU’s College of Communication and College of Fine Arts.

The Daniel Ranalli Lecture is complimentary, but seating is limited. The event will be followed by a reception hosted by the BU Arts Initiative.