Arts and cultural managers bring energy, connection, sustainability, and impact to the arts at a local, regional, national, and international scale. They combine business strategy with community insights in innovative and resourceful ways. And they connect artists, the arts, and audiences in ways that transform their communities.
For over four decades, the Wisconsin School of Business Arts Administration major has been the graduate degree program of choice for high-potential arts and cultural managers seeking intensive training in business, an immersion in strategic and innovative thinking, and a broad and dynamic knowledge of nonprofit cultural management. The degree has delivered on that promise through its world-class business curriculum, continual interaction with leading practitioners, and hands-on work experiences for every student.
If your career interests involve managing or leading initiatives in the arts, culture, heritage, or the humanities, come explore how the Wisconsin MBA can put you out in front.
Arts Business Research Symposium
Bidirectionality: Arts as Business as Arts
Presented by the UW-Madison Bolz Center for Arts Administration, the new Arts Business Initiative, and UW-Madison Continuing Studies
March 12, 13, and 14, 2014
At this inaugural conference, we'll explore the substantive connections between arts and business and open up a conversation about research and practice at the intersection of these disciplines. Please see link for detailed conference information: madisonartsbusiness.com