George Mason University Arts Management Program

George Mason University Arts Management Program The Arts Management Program at George Mason University seeks to advance the management of all aspects of the arts.
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Join us again in congratulating our newest graduates on their accomplishments! We are so proud to have you as Alumni and...
05/14/2021
Graduation 2021

Join us again in congratulating our newest graduates on their accomplishments! We are so proud to have you as Alumni and cannot wait to see what you do next!

Today is the big day! Don't miss the virtual University-wide Commencement Ceremony featuring speaker First Lady Dr. Jill Biden today at 2pm EDT! At the link below you will find the live stream video as well as a digital program for the ceremony.

George Mason University will conduct its 54th Spring Commencement virtually. The ceremony is set for 2 p.m. Friday, May 14, 2021. The university-wide commencement ceremony will be live-streamed. We will also hold in-person graduation recognition events during the week of May 10. Get Tickets, Guidanc...

CONGRATULATIONS to our Spring 2021 Cohort!!!We can't wait to see what you do next and we're excited to have you as alumn...
05/12/2021

CONGRATULATIONS to our Spring 2021 Cohort!!!
We can't wait to see what you do next and we're excited to have you as alumni!

Congratulations to these George Mason University Arts Management Program awardees! We're proud of you 🎉#Mason2021
05/11/2021

Congratulations to these George Mason University Arts Management Program awardees! We're proud of you 🎉

#Mason2021

Congratulations to these George Mason University Arts Management Program awardees! We're proud of you 🎉

#Mason2021

Just announced!!! Dr. Jill Biden will be the featured speaker at George Mason University's Virtual Commencement at 2pm o...
04/22/2021
First Lady Jill Biden is the featured speaker at virtual Spring Commencement 2021

Just announced!!! Dr. Jill Biden will be the featured speaker at George Mason University's Virtual Commencement at 2pm on Friday, May 14, 2021! #MasonNation #Mason2021 💚💛

First Lady Jill Biden will be George Mason University’s Commencement speaker next month, headlining the May 14 virtual event honoring nearly 9,700 graduates.

Mason Arts Management Students and Faculty were profiled by DC Metro Theater Arts! Learn more about how the Arts Managem...
04/22/2021
Future arts managers at GMU look to rebuild show business - DC Metro Theater Arts

Mason Arts Management Students and Faculty were profiled by DC Metro Theater Arts! Learn more about how the Arts Management Program is preparing future arts managers to succeed in the arts!

College of Visual and Performing Arts at George Mason University
George Mason University

https://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2021/04/21/future-arts-managers-at-gmu-look-to-rebuild-show-business/

A professor and two grad students tell what's needed next.

For Mason students, staff, and faculty: Center for Culture, Equity, and Empowerment will be hosting virtual gathering sp...
04/21/2021

For Mason students, staff, and faculty: Center for Culture, Equity, and Empowerment will be hosting virtual gathering space today (now) and again at 5 pm. Details below to participate:

"Dear Patriots,
A few moments ago, the criminal justice system that has long failed people of color began the process of holding Derek Chauvin accountable for his role in the murder of George Floyd. While we have a long journey toward true justice, this rendered verdict is a step. Though this guilty verdict is not justice, it is our hope that this conviction will pave the way for systemic change nationwide.
We know that the recent days and weeks have evoked many emotions. We want to provide support and processing space for our campus community to gather, reflect, and continue these important conversations that will, hopefully, allow us to continue our work toward systemic change.
Tomorrow, and for the remainder of the week, University Life units including the Campus Center for Truth Racial Healing and Transformation; Counseling and Psychological Services; the Center for the Advancement of Well-being; and the Student Support and Advocacy Center will collaborate to provide virtual gathering spaces that enable students, faculty, and staff to come together.
Join us on Wednesday at one of the following times.
- Wed, April 21 @ Noon: go.gmu.edu/8lw5
- Wed, April 21 @ 5PM: go.gmu.edu/p41z "

Dear Patriots,

A few moments ago, the criminal justice system that has long failed people of color began the process of holding Derek Chauvin accountable for his role in the murder of George Floyd. Though this guilty verdict is not justice, and we have a long journey toward true justice, this rendered verdict is a step; It is our hope that this conviction will pave the way for systemic change nationwide.

We know that recent days and weeks have evoked many emotions. We want to provide support and processing spaces for our campus community to gather, reflect, and continue these important conversations that will, hopefully, allow us to continue our work toward systemic change.

Tomorrow, and for the remainder of the week, University Life units including the Campus Center for Truth Racial Healing and Transformation; Counseling and Psychological Services; the Center for the Advancement of Well-being; and the Student Support and Advocacy Center will collaborate to provide virtual gathering spaces that enable students, faculty, and staff to come together.

Join us on Wednesday at one of the following times.

- Wed, April 21 @ Noon: go.gmu.edu/8lw5
- Wed, April 21 @ 5PM: go.gmu.edu/p41z
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#georgemasonuniversity #gmu #gmu24 #gmu23 #gmu22 #gmu21 #masonnation

"As a community, we must be sustained by those things that united us so we are not divided by our disagreements. For it ...
04/21/2021
Moving forward after the Derek Chauvin trial

"As a community, we must be sustained by those things that united us so we are not divided by our disagreements. For it is only through thoughtful, tolerant and respectful discourse that we can develop solutions that strengthen and progress our humanity." —George Mason University President Washington

Read the full statement ⬇️

The verdict is in on the Derek Chauvin trial, and he has been held accountable for the injustice that occurred to George Floyd. We can breathe a collective sigh of relief that jurors reached the verdict they did. With that being said, the nation must sustain its quest for systemic change to its crim...

Launching tonight (Tuesday) at 7:30 pm! Links to join are linked below, see you there!https://artsmanagement.gmu.edu/new...
04/20/2021
Founders Art Gallery to launch Sanctuary: Growing Along Nature in an Uncertain World

Launching tonight (Tuesday) at 7:30 pm! Links to join are linked below, see you there!

https://artsmanagement.gmu.edu/news/2021-04/founders-art-gallery-launch-sanctuary-growing-along-nature-uncertain-world

Body Founders Art Gallery presents virtual exhibition Sanctuary: Growing Along Nature in an Uncertain World. "This word usually seems to have a huge negative connotation but, as everything in this life, it depends on how you want to look at it and, specially, what do you want to do to turn into a mo...

Sanctuary: Growing Along Nature in an Uncertain World, a virtual exhibition in Founders Art Gallery, launches tomorrow (...
04/19/2021

Sanctuary: Growing Along Nature in an Uncertain World, a virtual exhibition in Founders Art Gallery, launches tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7:30 pm! Click the link for more details and how to join!

https://artsmanagement.gmu.edu/news/2021-04/founders-art-gallery-launch-sanctuary-growing-along-nature-uncertain-world

Sanctuary: Growing Along Nature in an Uncertain World, a virtual exhibition in Founders Art Gallery, launches tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7:30 pm! Click the link for more details and how to join!

https://artsmanagement.gmu.edu/news/2021-04/founders-art-gallery-launch-sanctuary-growing-along-nature-uncertain-world

TODAY- don't miss this excellent opportunity to hear and learn  from equity expert Dr. Brea Heidelberg! Registration in ...
04/08/2021

TODAY- don't miss this excellent opportunity to hear and learn from equity expert Dr. Brea Heidelberg! Registration in the post below.

Join us this Thursday for an interactive presentation, discussions, and questions focusing on making connections with diverse audiences. The session will focus on answering the following questions:

How can arts organizations and community groups make connections with diverse populations? How to start meaningful conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion, and access? What are some resources to get started?

We look forward to seeing you soon! Register now: artsfairfax.org/workshops/ ✍🏼

#ArtsFairfax #WorkSmartWorkshop

Happening today!Register now: https://artsmanagement.calendar.gmu.edu/rethinking-the-president-39-s-committee-for-arts-a...
04/07/2021

Happening today!

Register now: https://artsmanagement.calendar.gmu.edu/rethinking-the-president-39-s-committee-for-arts-and-humanities

College of Visual and Performing Arts at George Mason University
University Life Arlington
George Mason University

Happening today!

Register now: https://artsmanagement.calendar.gmu.edu/rethinking-the-president-39-s-committee-for-arts-and-humanities

College of Visual and Performing Arts at George Mason University
University Life Arlington
George Mason University

Upcoming arts-focused event from our Mason Arlington neighbors in the Arts and Entertainment Advocacy Clinic at the Cent...
04/05/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Artist Roundtable . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Upcoming arts-focused event from our Mason Arlington neighbors in the Arts and Entertainment Advocacy Clinic at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property !

“TOMORROW -- Join the Arts and Entertainment Advocacy Clinic students of Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University for a free discussion with “three creators on the forefront of art and creativity in the digital age”: musician, singer, and songwriter David Lowery; film director, producer, and editorial photographer Stacey Marbrey; and author, communications professional, and copyright advocate David Newhoff. The creators will discuss their careers and “what artists look for when partnering with legal counsel or other advocates,” and the “issues that matter to artists and businesses in the arts today.” CPIP Director of Copyright Research and Policy & Senior Scholar Professor Sandra Aistars will moderate the session.”

Register now here: https://gmu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vd-6oqToqH9CBkBF4R_7r5ihFNL8yVe3x

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Film at Mason
Reva and Sid Dewberry Family School of Music
George Mason University's Center for the Arts
University Life Arlington

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Artist Roundtable . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

"Art lovers and researchers alike will now be able to view the entire Louvre collection online for free.Visitors can sea...
03/31/2021
Miss art museums? The Louvre just put its entire art collection online

"Art lovers and researchers alike will now be able to view the entire Louvre collection online for free.

Visitors can search through the museum's massive collections through simple or advanced searches, entries by curatorial department, or themed albums, the release said."

There is nothing like spending a rainy afternoon at a museum, soaking in the beauty and wonder of art and history. Now the Louvre, the world's most visited museum, is letting you do that right from home.

Registration open: https://artsmanagement.calendar.gmu.edu/rethinking-the-president-39-s-committee-for-arts-and-humaniti...
03/31/2021
Events

Registration open: https://artsmanagement.calendar.gmu.edu/rethinking-the-president-39-s-committee-for-arts-and-humanities

Join Associate Professor Carole Rosenstein and Megan Beyer for an upcoming arts policy discussion "Rethinking the President’s Committee for Arts and Humanities: Opportunities for Policy Innovation Under a New Administration, Wednesday, April 7 at 6:30 p.m. as part of Mason Arts at Home and presented in coordination with Arlington Forward.

Led by Associate Professor Carole Rosenstein, the online discussion will cover Megan Beyer’s experiences as the immediate-past Executive Director of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH, which included working with First Lady Michelle Obama, managing through crisis during the Trump administration, and advising the Biden transition on the future of federal arts policy.

https://artsmanagement.calendar.gmu.edu/rethinking-the-president-39-s-committee-for-arts-and-humanities

Learn About Careers and Internships Speak to an Advisor Learn About Arlington Campus Resources Need help? For assistance accessing digital events at performance time, email [email protected]. Rethinking the President's Committee for Arts and HumanitiesWednesday, Apr 07, 2021 6:30pmVirtual Event Zoom We...

"Antonio Pappano, music director at the Royal Opera House, said he expects 'an explosion of desire' from audiences when ...
03/30/2021
The arts will enjoy ‘golden period’ post-lockdown, says opera chief

"Antonio Pappano, music director at the Royal Opera House, said he expects 'an explosion of desire' from audiences when they return to theatres, concert halls, museums and galleries.

Pappano said: 'I believe there will be an explosion of desire from the public to hear, feel and share music when gathering becomes normalised. In my opinion a golden period awaits which will sustain the rebirth of arts institutions, but crucially I hope we’ve learned from all this that our culture is indispensable to our well-being and identity.'"

The arts can expect “a golden period” after London emerges from lockdown, according to one of the leading lights of the capital’s cultural scene.

Happy Monday! Here's your roundup of events this week! This week is Mason's Pride Week, so be sure to check out the full...
03/29/2021

Happy Monday! Here's your roundup of events this week!

This week is Mason's Pride Week, so be sure to check out the full schedule of events here: http://ow.ly/qW5450EaTxu

MONDAY
Alumni Cocktails and Conversation: Artist Educators, 7pm ET
http://ow.ly/SBCi50EaTxw

TUESDAY
Decoding the Dress Code, 3pm ET
http://ow.ly/ybwT50EaTxx

WEDNESDAY
Shenson Chamber Music Concert: McDermott Trio with Paul Neubauer, 7:30pm ET
http://ow.ly/S9SM50EaTxt

THURSDAY
LGBTQ+ Faculty, Staff, & Student Mixer, 12:30pm ET
http://ow.ly/XDTL50EaTxz

FRIDAY
NMWA Art Chat @ 5: Sight Unseen, 5pm ET
http://ow.ly/Vtb850EaTxv

SATURDAY
Virtual Drag Bingo ft. Monique Heart & After Hours Drag Show, 6pm ET
http://ow.ly/VDKR50EaTxy

Happy Monday! Here's your roundup of events this week!

This week is Mason's Pride Week, so be sure to check out the full schedule of events here: http://ow.ly/qW5450EaTxu

MONDAY
Alumni Cocktails and Conversation: Artist Educators, 7pm ET
http://ow.ly/SBCi50EaTxw

TUESDAY
Decoding the Dress Code, 3pm ET
http://ow.ly/ybwT50EaTxx

WEDNESDAY
Shenson Chamber Music Concert: McDermott Trio with Paul Neubauer, 7:30pm ET
http://ow.ly/S9SM50EaTxt

THURSDAY
LGBTQ+ Faculty, Staff, & Student Mixer, 12:30pm ET
http://ow.ly/XDTL50EaTxz

FRIDAY
NMWA Art Chat @ 5: Sight Unseen, 5pm ET
http://ow.ly/Vtb850EaTxv

SATURDAY
Virtual Drag Bingo ft. Monique Heart & After Hours Drag Show, 6pm ET
http://ow.ly/VDKR50EaTxy

A message from President Gregory Washington to the #MasonNation:“Tuesday’s mass murder in Atlanta returns us to terrible...
03/19/2021

A message from President Gregory Washington to the #MasonNation:

“Tuesday’s mass murder in Atlanta returns us to terrible, familiar ground, as we try again to make sense of violence, and calm the terror that was already building within an entire cultural community.

To the Asian communities at George Mason University, I offer this: Mason is your home, and you are loved and supported here. Your safety and sense of belonging are of utmost importance to everyone. As always, our personnel are on watch to ensure your security and wellbeing, so you can resume what you came here to do: to simply learn, live, and grow to your fullest potential."

A message from President Gregory Washington to the #MasonNation:

“Tuesday’s mass murder in Atlanta returns us to terrible, familiar ground, as we try again to make sense of violence, and calm the terror that was already building within an entire cultural community.

To the Asian communities at George Mason University, I offer this: Mason is your home, and you are loved and supported here. Your safety and sense of belonging are of utmost importance to everyone. As always, our personnel are on watch to ensure your security and wellbeing, so you can resume what you came here to do: to simply learn, live, and grow to your fullest potential.”

Read the full statement here: www2.gmu.edu/news/2021-03/president-washington-we-stand-our-asian-community-after-senseless-act-violence-atlanta

Are your resumes ready?! Join GMU College of Visual & Performing Arts Alumni at 1:00 pm for the Media, Arts, Design, and...
03/18/2021

Are your resumes ready?! Join GMU College of Visual & Performing Arts Alumni at 1:00 pm for the Media, Arts, Design, and Communication Internship and Career Fair hosted on Airmeet!

Today at 1:00 PM EDT!
It’s not too late to register: https://masoncreativecareers.eventbrite.com/

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Looking for a job or internship in the arts? Sign up is now open for Mason’s Media, Arts, Design, and Communication Inte...
03/15/2021

Looking for a job or internship in the arts? Sign up is now open for Mason’s Media, Arts, Design, and Communication Internship and Career Fair will be Thursday, March 18 from 1 – 5 pm EDT on the virtual expo platform Airmeet.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/media-arts-design-and-communication-internship-and-career-fair-2021-tickets-135914043563

Looking for a job or internship in the arts? Sign up is now open for Mason’s Media, Arts, Design, and Communication Internship and Career Fair will be Thursday, March 18 from 1 – 5 pm EDT on the virtual expo platform Airmeet.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/media-arts-design-and-communication-internship-and-career-fair-2021-tickets-135914043563

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Hours of operation: Monday to Friday 10am to 5:30 pm, summer hours vary. Email is the best way to contact staff for questions about the program, visits, or enrollment.

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Monday 10:00 - 17:30
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:30
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:30
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Friday 10:00 - 17:30

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Hi everyone! I am in the Arts Management Masters program, and I wanted to share a wonderful experience that my daughter and I had last night. I signed her up for the Veterans in the Arts Initiative Ukulele Workshop Series at Hylton Performing Arts Center, and the first lesson was SO MUCH FUN! We will go on Thursday for our last lesson. Thanks for giving her this opportunity to try out the ukulele! She’s hooked and wants lessons now ❤️
A remarkable Master of arts management graduate from amongst its first cohort, Andrew Hurst, has written and produced a wonderful play, now showing at the Capitol Fringe Festival. If you are in DC, I hope you can check this out and support a wonderful guy. Andrew also uses his MAM background at the Roundabout theater in NY. https://dctheatrescene.com/2019/07/11/capital-fringe-review-the-breakup/?fbclid=IwAR2xNIFh5K5DJ-6HjwE7F-jo1fr4d_Xm8xZ15WvrJhz1VLV7FxHb7WmPlyQhttps://www.facebook.com/andrew.hurst.92351https://www.facebook.com/andrew.hurst.92351https://www.facebook.com/andrew.hurst.92351
Professor Khady Kamara’s PR and Marketing class just hangin’ out at the Washington Post 😎
🌻 Hey y'all! I hope you're all doing well! I just wanted to put a buzz out there that I'm starting my own social media consulting business! If anyone remembers my Capstone presentation, I did a social media audit/case study on ARTECHOUSE, and was told that social media auditing would be a great consulting business. Well, I did a ton of research and it's rare that any businesses have an external social media auditor, but have external financial auditors. I decided that I would put this degree to good use 😉 and become a freelance social media auditor, professionally. If you'd like to find out more information about the business, and sign up for my mailing list, visit my website https://sunflowersideconsulting.com/mailing-list/.
WETA has a new program to highlight Capital-area visual and performing arts!
any dance majors or education majors looking for work in fairfax co?
For the next 60 days, you can read Carole Rosenstein's new book UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL POLICY for free at https://rdcu.be/0FFg.
Study Abroad group outside of Katie's Cottage in Galway Ireland. Home of the Claddaugh.
Dr. Rosenstein's new book Understanding Cultural Policy is Amazon #1 book in Cultural Policy! Thanks everybody!
Hello Arts Management students. I want to share this opportunity with you. The Arts Enterprise Institute, a program of Arlington Arts, offers workshops for students and emerging and practicing professional artists of all disciplines. We welcome you to join us for the following workshops that are designed to help artists succeed as entrepreneurs: Showing Off Your Best: Creating an Artist Portfolio* – April 7, 2018. Explore the essential elements of creating a professional artist portfolio. Learn how to craft an artist statement and curate work samples to make your art shine! It’s All About the Message: Arts Promotion Basics* – April 21, 2018. Create an effective promotional strategy to get your work out there. You will learn basic marketing and promotion techniques – defining your audience, crafting your message, writing a press release, and more! Perfect for artists with limited time and budgets. Getting Your Fair Share: How to Price Your Art* – April 28, 2018. Set the right prices for your art and create a custom pricing strategy that honors your time and skill while remaining competitive on the market. Don’t worry about the math, this is something anyone can do. Time to get those sales rolling! Tapping Into the Global Community: Social Media Basics* – May 10, 2018. Using Facebook and Twitter examples, learn core functionality, etiquette, and exercises to help you build an online strategy for your artistic business. Turning Your Strategy Up to 11: Marketing* – May 17, 2018. Define your product, discover your target audience, make decisions about how you sell your work, and identify a budget and strategy for your artistic business. Creatives and Conflict Transformations, May 5 & 6, 2018, is a two-day intensive presented by Sundance lab alumna/restorative justice specialist, Via Bia, and Restorative Justice Practitioner/School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution graduate, Erin Rose Feeley. *These workshops are offered in partnership with Springboard for the Arts and its “The Work of Art Toolkit: Business Skills for Artists” curriculum. Registration is with Eventbrite - the list of workshops is here: https://www.eventbrite.com/d/dc--washington/arts--events/ Arts Enterprise Institute provides resources for artists so they can make a living as artists. Artists teaching artists is a cornerstone of our programs. Workshops, training seminars, and events integrate strong business skills, knowledge, life-long learning, and artistic development with peer-to-peer learning and engagement with the community. More information can be found at https://arts.arlingtonva.us/arts-enterprise-institute/