Rhea Werner ’15: From MCLA to a Ph.D in London
A recent graduate of City University London’s master’s degree program in culture, policy and management, Rhea Werner ’15 plans to pursue her Ph.D in arts management at one of two other London universities. Both programs are a perfect fit, she said, for her focus on cultural identity.
As a participant in one of MCLA’s travel courses to Ireland, Werner traveled to the United Kingdom for the first time in 2013. The...
B.S. in Sports, Arts and Entertainment Management, 2014
Development Operations Assistant, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
"Location, real-world experience, small classes, endless opportunities. Point Park is such a unique college and really prepares students for their future. Being Downtown surrounded by sport stadiums, performing arts stages and entertainment venues gives you a variety of opportunities you might not have elsewhere."
Arts Management Alumna Lands Position at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Just two days after her graduation, arts management alumna Cecilia Wright ’16 began work as an institutional advancement associate at EcoTarium, a science and nature museum in Worcester, Mass. This past spring, she moved up to a new position as a development associate at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA).
The fifth largest museum in the United States, the MFA contains more than 450,000 works of...
...the skills I learned in the MBA continue to be useful in managing the administrative and strategic tasks of my work both as a practicing artist and as a professor...
Jinny Yu (MBA/MFA ’02) Visual Artist/Associate Professor, University of Ottawa
Geng Ping Zhu ‘17. After graduating from Valparaiso's Graduate School in 2016, with a M.A. in Arts & Entertainment Administration, Iris went on to start her own music label: Amoy Indie Music Inc., in Queens, New York. Arts & Entertainment Administration prepares students for these careers, drawing upon the strong arts and museum programs at Valparaiso University as well as the rich artistic opportunities in Northwest Indiana and Chicago.
When I had chosen to pursue my studies in BA Arts Management at Goldsmiths, what I wanted to gain was a better understanding of the inner workings of the art industry from an international perspective. Looking back, I believe that this degree had fulfilled those intentions.
What I felt was the most beneficial about the course in BA Arts Management was their holistic approach in facilitating both theoretical and practical learnings about the creative and cultural sector. In particular, I...