Announcing our Fundamentals of Arts Management 6th Edition Photo Contest!
The creation of the 6th Edition of our well-regarded book Fundamentals of Arts Management is now underway with updated content and two NEW chapters, but it would be better if YOU were included!
We invite YOUR organization to be featured in the new edition.
- Submit up to three photos of innovative projects or events that you want to showcase to our vast national and global audience in the book and in our online companion. Submission Deadline: May 31st.
- Seventeen images will be selected by the Editing team, then of these, you and the public will vote to select 6 photos (for our 6th Edition!) to be featured on the front or back cover. Click here for photo contest guidelines and submission form. Voting will open on June 14th!
- What's in it for you? Have your institution and event image and information featured in the book, have a link to your organization’s website in our Fundamentals Online Companion, be promoted as part of the contest.
- YES, share the news. Invite your peers, partners, LAA’s, nonprofit arts agencies, and friends to enter.
We look forward to seeing your photos and learning about your exciting projects and events!
Artist Resource List
Thank you to the fifty plus of you who attended Dee’s talk, “Why Don’t I Know About This?”, at the Creative Economy Summit in Turner’s Falls on Friday, March 22. We had a wonderful time sharing resources with you, and learned so much from your suggestions!
Keep them coming to email@example.com if you have more!
Summer Registration is now open!
We are excited to announce that Summer 2013 registration is now open! If you've been thinking about starting our Arts Management Certificate program, now is the perfect time. This summer we are pleased to offer Introduction to Arts Management as an accelerated 6-week course (July 8-August 16), half the length of our traditional courses. This means you can not only get our only prerequisite under your belt and start digging in sooner, but enjoy more of your summer as well.
AES Instructor Helps Revive Colorado Districts through the Arts
We are proud to employ faculty who are constantly doing groundbreaking work in the arts. Mary Gard Ewell, co-instructor of Grantwriting for the Arts, is the manager for Colorado Creative Industries’ Creative District program, which has pledged to pay for 60 hours of consulting help for each of Colorado's 13 newly designated emerging districts. We are excited to see this project develop!
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