We are pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of AAAE’s Mentorship Program. Ten mentees were selected after a rigorous evaluation process, and have been already paired with established arts administration educators and practitioners.
Benjamin Hoffman (US)
Benjamin Hoffman is the High School Visual Arts Teacher at Kutztown Area High School in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. In 2015, he completed his M.Ed. in Art Education and will complete his M.A. in Arts Administration this May at...
We are thrilled to announce several publishing opportunities in the context of AAAE23 annual conference "The Creative Ecosystem: People, Process, and Power", 1-4 June, New York City.
AAAE-AJAM Conference Issue
The American Journal of Arts Management will publish a focal issue featuring a selection of AAAE’s conference proceedings. The opportunity is open to all accepted conference presenters regardless of their membership status and geographic location. If you would like to be...
The Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE) is pleased to announce it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Grant for Arts Projects award of $30,000.
We're honored to be one of 1,251 Grants for Arts Projects awards totaling nearly $28.8 million that were announced by the NEA as part of its first round of fiscal year 2023 grants, and we are thrilled to be able to deliver new programming to our membership.
“The National Endowment for the...
Call for Mentees
AAAE seeks mentees for its first year-round mentorship program. This is a unique opportunity for early-career arts administration educators and emerging arts administrators to receive focused mentoring, networking opportunities, knowledge exchange, and access to AAAE’s wealth of membership resources. Up to ten successful candidates will be paired with seasoned mentors in one of the two program tracks: Arts Administration Education or Arts...
Angela Chi-Chi Glass (she/her/ella) plays and teaches piano. As the daughter of Peruvian parents, Angela’s creative and academic work is rooted in the conviction that everyone should have access to the arts and a quality and sustained arts education.