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NYU Summer Intensive Program in Arts Administration, June 2-27, 2008

May 16, 2008

MEDIA ALERT

Attn: Listings/Arts/Museums/Gallery Editors

  • WHAT: This summer, New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) offers an intensive program in Arts Administration. For those who are thinking about entering the field of arts administration, or who are recent college graduates interested in this field, the intensive program is an ideal choice.

The phenomenal growth in the number of visual and performing arts organizations has created a need for skilled managers in arts administration. The program covers staffing and operating a nonprofit organization; how to work with boards of directors; marketing techniques and strategies; basic principals of fundraising; budgeting, accounting, contracts, and legal issues.

Lectures, discussions, case studies, workshops, guest speakers, and study tours of local arts groups create an overview of the varied career paths available in arts administration.

  • WHEN: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m., June 2-27, 2008 (20 sessions)

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER:

Visit scps.nyu.edu/summer or call 212-998-7171

  • MEDIA ONLY: Members of the press are invited to list this information. Please contact Carmen Tong at 212-992-9103 or carmen.tong@nyu.edu for further details.

This Press Release is in the following Topics:
School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Type: Press Release

Press Contact: Cheryl Guevara | (212) 992-9103


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