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AMGT 405: Seminar in Arts Management

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Focuses on not-for-profit visual and performing arts organizations. Topics covered include the evolution of the field, the internal culture and structure, external influences, governance, planning, human resources, marketing, fundraising, financial management, economic impact, and other topics. Students will be introduced to a wide range of arts organizations, working arts administrators, and institutional models through field trips, guest lectures, readings, and institutional data.

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Focuses on not-for-profit visual and performing arts organizations.  Topics covered include the evolution of the field, the internal culture and structure, external influences, governance, planning, human resources, marketing, fundraising, financial management, economic impact, and other topics.  Students will be introduced to a wide range of arts organizations, working arts administrators, and institutional models through field trips, guest lectures, readings, and institutional data.

When Offered: Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Junior standing, admission to arts administration minor, or permission of instructor.

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