American University: Arts Management
Xavier Boudreaux is an arts administration professional based in Washington, DC and has a proven dedication and passion to the arts and cultural institutions. He currently serves as an Assistant Grants Management Specialist at the National Endowment for the Arts working in the Visual Arts Division’s Media Arts and Design/Creative Placemaking disciplines. Previously, he worked at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, working in the Education Division as a member of the music education team. Xavier received his bachelor’s degree in music from Michigan State University and a master’s in music from Syracuse University. Most recently, he received a second master’s degree in Arts Management from American University, where he held the AU Arts Management Fellowship in Education at the Kennedy Center for the duration of his graduate program.
About AU: “I believe one of the best aspects of AU Arts Management is the faculty’s wealth of knowledge of the field and opportunities that brings to the program. The connections the faculty have to the arts and non-profit community in Washington, DC metro area is astounding, and it is always such a treat to be able to learn from working arts professionals in the current landscape. AU has a tremendous number of fellowship opportunities– both in-house and external partnerships– that really allow for a great educational experience, applying academic study to real-time issues and events.”
Katzen Arts Center
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016