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9/12/13
Dr. Rushton writes article for China's "People's Daily" newspaper
8/29/13
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!
3/26/13
For What It's Worth
Check out Michael Rushton's new blog on pricing the arts!
2/13/13
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.
11/9/12
Jen Shang spotlighted in the New York Times
5/3/12
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.
4/12/12
Dr. Rushton Presents Lectures on the Economics of the Arts in Japan
1/30/12
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.+
1/1/12
IU Professors Release Report
Congratulations to Drs. Jen Shang and Adrian Sargeant on their recent report, "Growing Philanthropy in the United States!"
12/15/11
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
12/14/11
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.
12/7/11
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.
12/7/11
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!
11/16/11
Morrocan Carpet Caravan and Terra Fuller
Arts Administration alumna, Terra Fuller launches the Morrocan Carpet Caravan!
10/17/11
Call for Papers for NEA Symposium
Call for Papers for the NEA Symposium: "The Arts, New Growth Theory and Economic Development" May 2012.
10/3/11
Arts Administration Symposium 2011
The Arts Administration Program held it's annual Arts Administration Symposium on Friday, September 30, 2011.
9/28/11
James E. Suelflow Fellowship Awardees Announced
Three second-year Arts Administration graduate students awarded the prestigious James E. Suelflow Fellowship.
9/26/11
Kelly Ott' 11- New Artistic Coordinator at Ft. Worth Symphony Orchestra
Kelly Ott' 11- New Artistic Coordinator at Ft. Worth Symphony Orchestra
6/16/11
MAAA Class of 2011 Blog
Read updates from the Class of 2011 as they complete summer internships.
4/13/11
Alumni Updates
Arts Administration program alumni! Send us your contact information!
2/10/11
Arts Administration Professor Monika Herzig Releases a New CD/ DVD
1/13/11
We have created a new page with ongoing and current practicum opportunities.
1/10/11
Announcing the return of Dr. Rushton's Blog
1/10/11
Arts Administration Professor Jen Sheng wins Editor's Prize
12/14/10
Alumni Update from Amanda Zambrano
12/13/10
Kerri Mollard '96 sends along video of a day in the life of a nonprofit arts administrator.
11/16/10
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.
11/2/10
Karen Gahl-Mills speaks to Arts Admin students
Karen Gahl-Mills, Executive Director of Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, speaks to Arts Administration students.
10/7/10
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.
10/7/10
City Hall Gallery Display Designed by Current MAAA Student Ann Fields
Ann Fields hangs gallery show in Bloomington City Hall Atrium.
4/1/10
Current MAAA Student, Samantha Weiss, to Intern at Guggenheim
Current MAAA Student, Samantha Weiss, to Intern at Guggenheim in Summer 2010
2/15/10
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.
1/22/10
Upcoming Performances featuring Professor Monika Herzig
See where Arts Administration's very own, Monika Herzig, will be performing next!
12/10/09
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.'
11/13/09
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?"
10/28/09
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.
9/23/09
See what the Arts Administration Class of 2009 is up to!
The experiences of the class of 2009.
9/23/09
Sculptures on loan to Children's Museum in Phoenix
Morton C. Bradley, Jr. Sculptures on loan to the Children's Museum in Phoenix.
7/14/09
Molly Diemer's Dance in the Schools Program
Molly Diemer brings dance to Chicago Public Schools.
4/29/05
Arts Administration Website
Arts Administration has launched a new website!