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Dr. Rushton writes article for China's "People's Daily" newspaper
2013's Fifty Most Powerful and Influential People in the Nonprofit Arts
Dr. Michael Rushton is listed as one of this year's most influential people in the world of non-profit arts - follow the link to find out why!
For What It's Worth
Check out Michael Rushton's new blog on pricing the arts!
Creative Communities: Art Works in Economic Development
Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, Michael Rushton's new book, "Creative Communities: Art Works in Economic Developement" will be released in April 2013.
Jen Shang spotlighted in the New York Times
Dr. Rushton Organizes Arts Symposium
On May 10, the Brookings Institution and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) will co-host a symposium examining new growth theory as a tool for assessing the impact of art and culture on the U.S. economy, including the theory that cities play a major role in facilitating economic growth. The symposium will feature papers jointly commissioned by the NEA Office of Research and Analysis and Michael Rushton, the co-editor of the Journal of Cultural Economics.
Dr. Rushton Presents Lectures on the Economics of the Arts in Japan
Chat Live with the Arts Admin program about your application!
The Arts Administration Graduate Program is hosting a live chat on Thursday, February 2nd, from 3-4:30pm.+
IU Professors Release Report
Congratulations to Drs. Jen Shang and Adrian Sargeant on their recent report, "Growing Philanthropy in the United States!"
Arts Administration Student Wins Professional Development Grant for Conference
Arts Administration Student Max Long Wins Professional Development Grant to Attend Performing Arts Managers Conference 2012
Arts Administration Professor Honors Jazz Legend David Baker with New Book
Arts Administration Professor Monika Herzig honors jazz composer and educator with her new book: David Baker- a Legacy in Music.
Personal Accents, curated by Stephanie Smith MAAA'11
Personal Accents: Accessories from Around the World, an exhibit curated by our own Stephanie Smith, current student and soon-to-be graduate of the Masters of Arts in Arts Administration program.
Arts Admin Students Secure Prestigious Internships for Spring 2012
Check out the great internships that some of our Arts Administration students have secured for Spring 2012!
Morrocan Carpet Caravan and Terra Fuller
Arts Administration alumna, Terra Fuller launches the Morrocan Carpet Caravan!
Call for Papers for NEA Symposium
Call for Papers for the NEA Symposium: "The Arts, New Growth Theory and Economic Development" May 2012.
Arts Administration Symposium 2011
The Arts Administration Program held it's annual Arts Administration Symposium on Friday, September 30, 2011.
James E. Suelflow Fellowship Awardees Announced
Three second-year Arts Administration graduate students awarded the prestigious James E. Suelflow Fellowship.
Kelly Ott' 11- New Artistic Coordinator at Ft. Worth Symphony Orchestra
Kelly Ott' 11- New Artistic Coordinator at Ft. Worth Symphony Orchestra
MAAA Class of 2011 Blog
Read updates from the Class of 2011 as they complete summer internships.
Alumni Updates
Arts Administration program alumni! Send us your contact information!
Arts Administration Professor Monika Herzig Releases a New CD/ DVD
We have created a new page with ongoing and current practicum opportunities.
Announcing the return of Dr. Rushton's Blog
Arts Administration Professor Jen Sheng wins Editor's Prize
Alumni Update from Amanda Zambrano
Kerri Mollard '96 sends along video of a day in the life of a nonprofit arts administrator.
Dr. Rushton weighs in on policy challenge in SPEA Insight
Dr. Rushton, Arts Administration programs director weighs in on the proposed lowered charitable giving tax rate in a periodical SPEA Insight.
Karen Gahl-Mills speaks to Arts Admin students
Karen Gahl-Mills, Executive Director of Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, speaks to Arts Administration students.
Azusa Chapman Plays Violin for Barber of Seville
Azusa Chapman plays violin for IU Opera and Ballet Theatre's production of the Barber of Seville.
City Hall Gallery Display Designed by Current MAAA Student Ann Fields
Ann Fields hangs gallery show in Bloomington City Hall Atrium.
Current MAAA Student, Samantha Weiss, to Intern at Guggenheim
Current MAAA Student, Samantha Weiss, to Intern at Guggenheim in Summer 2010
Arts Administration Alum named Director of Artistic Planning for SPCO
Anderson will work to program artists, concerts, festivals, and much more for Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.
Upcoming Performances featuring Professor Monika Herzig
See where Arts Administration's very own, Monika Herzig, will be performing next!
Upcoming Holiday Concerts with Professor Monika Herzig
Treat someone to the gift of music this holiday season with Monika Herzig's album 'Peace on Earth.'
Dr. Michael Rushton, Director of Arts Administration Programs, speaks to the DC Chapter of School of Public and Environmental Affairs Alumni
Dr. Michael Rushton delivers his speech "Artistic Assets: Can the Arts Drive Local Economies?"
Clare Canzoneri Shares Her Seattle Experience
Read about Clare's involvement with the Seattle International Film Festival and the City of Seattle Office of Film + Music.
See what the Arts Administration Class of 2009 is up to!
The experiences of the class of 2009.
Sculptures on loan to Children's Museum in Phoenix
Morton C. Bradley, Jr. Sculptures on loan to the Children's Museum in Phoenix.
Molly Diemer's Dance in the Schools Program
Molly Diemer brings dance to Chicago Public Schools.
Arts Administration Website
Arts Administration has launched a new website!