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Arts Organizations: Innovation and New Models

  • September 11, 2013
  • By a2ru      
This course aims to critically engage current and future arts leaders.


 

Because much of the innovative thinking on how organizations “should” operate come from outside of the arts as well as from artists and arts organizations themselves, this course aims to critically engage current and future arts leaders with organizational practice and bringing innovative solutions to old problems in a contemporary context. The course’s goals include: ability to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of arts organizational models, design an organizational structure and financial model that supports and enacts the vision and business model of a selected arts organization, and create and sustain a leadership team.

Arts Organizations: Innovation and New Models Syllabus