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Arts Administration Faculty, Dr. Antonio Cuyler, Presents at International Conference

January 28, 2019
Arts Administration faculty, Dr. Antonio Cuyler, was welcomed to the International Conference of Social Theory, Politics, and the Arts to present his paper focused on diversity, cultural equity, and inclusion statements in the U.S. Cultural Sector. ... Continue reading »

2nd Year Arts Administration Internship Spotlight: Katie Wawrzaszek

October 18, 2018
                       Wawrzaszek; Center As our final second year arts administration internship spotlight the department would like to introduce Katie Wawrzaszek! Wawrzaszek is a second year M.A. Candidate in Arts Administration, and was selected this past summer to be a External Affairs Intern at Hubbard Street Dance ... Continue reading »

2nd Year Arts Administration Internship Spotlight: Brielle Williams

October 15, 2018
In continuation of highlighting the work of second year graduate arts administration students, the department would like to introduce Brielle Williams! As a second year student pursuing their master’s in arts administration, Williams has a passion for visual and performing arts with special considerations on implementing effective fiscal management strategies in small arts organizations.   As ... Continue reading »

2nd Year Arts Administration Internship Spotlight: Kathleen Ewing

October 4, 2018
As a part of their graduate curriculum, second year arts administration students were able to enhance their learning with hands on internship experiences this past summer.  Pursuing an internship allows graduate students to develop practical application skills while exploring the nuances of specialized work in their field of interest.  To commemorate and highlight the work ... Continue reading »

Arts Administration Doctoral Candidate Elise Kieffer Publishes Article in the American Journal of Arts Management

October 2, 2018
The department would like to congratulate Arts Administration doctoral candidate Elise Kieffer on her recent accomplishment.  Kieffer has recently received publication in the American Journal of Arts Management as the author of the article “Riding the Seesaw between Artist and Administrator.”  In reflection of her work and accomplishment Kieffer states: This article began in my doctoral ... Continue reading »

FSU Arts Administration and MEX Attended the International Conference on the Arts in Society

July 9, 2018
Assistant Professor of Arts Administration Dr. Antonio C. Cuyler, Arts Administration doctoral students Elise Kieffer and Brad Lister, and Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Exhibitions (MEX) doctoral candidate Aja Roache attended this year’s International Conference on the Arts in Society in Vancouver, Canada.   The Arts in Society Research Network offers an interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the role of ... Continue reading »

Arts Administration Attended the Southeastern Arts Leadership Educators Conference

April 19, 2018
Arts Administration faculty, doctoral students, and alumni attended the Inaugural Southeastern Arts Leadership Educators (SALE) Conference, which took place at the Aloft Hotel in Atlanta, GA, from April 6th to the 8th. The 2018 SALE Conference was entailed for educators and graduate students intending to become educators in arts leadership. It focused on sharing experiences, challenges, and ... Continue reading »

Arts Administration and Theatre Management Students Present at STP&A International Conference

November 15, 2017
This October, several students and faculty from FSU’s Arts Administration and Theatre Management programs traveled to Minneapolis, MN, to present papers at the Social Theory, Politics, and the Arts (STP&A) International Conference. FSU presenters at the STP&A International Conference included Department of Art Education Doctoral students Boyie Kim, Ivory Lucas, and Juyeon Song. In addition, ... Continue reading »

Internships for Second-Year Arts Administration Students

April 21, 2017
For Arts Administration students in the Department of Art Education, internships serve as a means of getting hands-on experience and putting the concepts learned in class into practice. Students typically complete their internships during the summer after their first year in the program. The Arts Administration program requires that students complete 9 credit hours of the ... Continue reading »

Arts Administration and MEX Faculty Accomplishments

April 14, 2017
The Department of Art Education’s Arts Administration and Museum Education & Exhibitions (MEX) programs celebrate the recent accomplishments of Dr. Antonio Cuyer, Dr. Pat Villeneuve, and Dr. Ann Rowson Love.   Earlier this year, the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs (FDCA) awarded Dr. Cuyler the Diversity & Inclusion Award for the service learning program he ... Continue reading »