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Arts Administration Minor

This 18-unit Fine Arts (FA) minor is a collaboration between the College of Fine Arts and Eller College of Management. Students engage with professionals and gain insight into career opportunities in both non-profit and market-driven visual & performing arts and media organizations.

Coursework offered includes:

• Intro to Arts Administration

• Audience Development in the Arts

• Education and Outreach in Arts Organizations

• Basic Economic Issues (Eller)

• Survey of Accounting (Eller)

• Marketing Principles, Concepts and Tool (Eller)

• Management of Effective Non-Profit Organizations (Eller)

• Principles of Entrepreneurship (Eller)

A required arts Internship placement supports professional networking and experiential learning opportunities within professional arts settings, including theaters, galleries, museums, music and dance performance halls, arts festivals, and new media festivals. (COVID-19 notice: Presently, the required Internship course may be substituted with an appropriate course at the student’s request and with approval.)

For more information about the Arts Administration minor, please contact Michelle Grove Herzog, Arts Administration Program Lead.

To declare the minor, please contact Norma Ayon, the College of Fine Arts Assistant Director, Academic Advising.

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Willa Ahlschwede of the University of Arizona Museum of Art, gives an overview of “Our Stories: High School Artists." Ends this Saturday.

Showcases artworks created by high school students from 15 schools throughout #Tucson.

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2 weeks ago
Arizona Arts

Proud of you, Taylor Maresca!Taylor Maresca (BFA, '22) is the new morning reporter for WBTW News13 CBS in Myrtle Beach! This past semester Maresca earned her BFA in Musical Theatre, a BA in Communications, and double minored in Public Relations and Journalism. During her time at UArizona she worked for UATV 3 News, wrote for Arizona Daily Wildcat and wrote as a staff writer for Arizona Arts - among many other roles on and off campus.

“Being a journalist, like being an artist, is so fulfilling because everyday I get to tell stories. Stories that impact communities and inspire change." says Maresca. "I’m loving every second of being the morning reporter at News13 and connecting with the lovely community of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (even though it comes with a 2:30 a.m. wake up time 😉)."

Congratulations, Taylor! Bear Down!

Pictured: Taylor Maresca TV covering the re-opening of the Conway theatre in SC during her time as a correspondent and field reporter for WBTW News13.
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