Spanning the spectrum from the visual and performing arts to media and entertainment, and from the nonprofit organization to the asset-driven enterprise, the Arts Management program of the CMCI produces skilled administrators, executives and entrepre
- Los Angeles, United States
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Fine Art
- Program Description:
Spanning the spectrum from the visual and performing arts to media and entertainment, and from the nonprofit organization to the asset-driven enterprise, the Arts Management program of the CMCI produces skilled administrators, executives and entrepreneurs who understand what is needed to build and guide the next generation of arts organizations. Student can focus their studies to one of the 3 concentrations: Art Museum Management, Nonprofit Arts Management and Media, Entertainment and the performing Arts.
ART MUSEUM MANAGEMENT
The Art Museum Management concentration prepares the next generation of museum administrators for what is arguably a new golden age of visual art museums and related organizations. Drawing upon the Getty Leadership Institute’s 35-year legacy of intensive leadership and management training for top museum executives, the Art Museum Management program extends its expertise to students who wish to follow a similar professional and scholarly career path.
NONPROFIT ARTS MANAGEMENT
Students learn how to succeed in the most difficult aspects of nonprofit management and administration, including content development and programming, organizational planning, and the many nuances of constituency building, fundraising and philanthropic finance. In addition, students receive instruction in art law, strategic planning, government funding and cultural policy.
MEDIA, ENTERTAINMENT, PERFORMING ARTS
With a core of courses exploring the specific challenges of these industries, such as labor law and negotiation, intellectual property, or techniques and methodologies in TV and film distribution, this concentration provides an essential knowledge base for those who wish to become creative managers in for-profit or nonprofit media sectors. Students enjoy access to courses offered by CGU’s Media Studies program and the Intercollegiate Media Studies offerings of the Claremont Colleges, with upper level courses in film/video production and digital and electronic media, as well as in media history and theory.
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