Welcome to the Arts Administration Program - The Arts Administration graduate program (MFA degree), invites you to learn the skills that will help you “Make Art Happen!” Our program is designed to blend a love of the arts with the professional business skills necessary to promote, maintain, enhance, and fund arts organizations. This two year, year-round program develops your skills in strategic planning, marketing, fundraising, grant writing, budgeting and finance, advocacy, education, program development and community relations. Arts Administration students work alongside arts management professionals in the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, and the College of Performing and Visual Arts. The unique blend of classroom involvement and hands-on practical experience propels our graduates into the Arts Administration job market that is actively seeking trained arts managers.
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Interviews conducted on campus by appointment. For more information on interview times call 435-865-8663.
- AAAE: Association of Arts Administration Educators
- SETC: Southeast Theatre Conference
Congratulations to Amie Conner, Class of 2012, on her appointment as Audience Services Coordinator for the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts-The Theater of the Performing Arts in Hartford, Connecticut.