Arts Administration

Welcome to the Arts Administration Program where students gain the skills, knowledge, and experiences essential to “Make Art Happen!” We offer a resident Master of Fine Arts degree, a Master of Arts degree (Online), and undergraduate courses in arts administration. Each program is designed to blend a love of the arts with the professional business skills necessary to promote, maintain, enhance, and fund arts organizations.

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Alumni Update

Congratulations to Lance Jensen, Class of 2015, on his appointment as the Executive Assistant to the Music Director and Symphony Chorus Manager at the Utah Symphony & Opera in Salt Lake City.

Congratulations to Justin Jorgensen, Class of 2013, on his appointment as the Sponsorships and Special Events Coordinator at The Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City.

Congratulations to Rachelle Bonnett, Class of 2015, on her appointment as a Project Assistant at the Alaska State Museum in Juneau.

Congratulations to Nate McDonald, Class of 2014, on his appointment as the Operations Assistant at the Springville Museum of Art in Springville, Utah.

Congratulations to Rachael Cassiday, Class of 2011, on her appointment as the Assistant Director of Programs and Donor Services at the Truman Heartland Community Foundation in Kansas City, Missouri.

Congratulations to Tyler Wanshura, Class of 2009, on his appointment as the Leaders Circle Manager at SF Jazz in San Francisco.

Congratulations to Nano Taggart, Class of 2014, on his appointment as the Annual Fund Manager at The Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City.

Congratulations to Sara Kelly Neal, Class of 2008, on her appointment as Associate Director of Marketing at Ballet West in Salt Lake City.

Congratulations to David Wicai, Class of 2014, on his appointment as Support Services Coordinator at the Utah Division of Arts and Museums in Salt Lake City.

Congratulations to Justin Scholl, Class of 2010 for his appointment as Company Manager at Broadway Rox in the Greater New York City Area.