Most students have an idea about where they see themselves professionally. In Performing Arts Administration, there are many paths to take - working as a company manager on Broadway, writing grants for an organization, or curating programs. In many cases, these initial paths often lead to new opportunities. We spoke with two experienced PAA alums who followed their respective paths, which eventually led to teaching arts administration at the university level.
On May 4th, Deputy Director Cheri Fancsali will serve as Chair of the AERA virtual symposium, The Multiple Dimensions of Equity: Exploring a Computer Science for All Initiative Through Different Lenses, alongside June Mark from the Education Development Center.
In his new book, Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Nicholas Mirzoeff explains how visual culture has upheld white supremacy – through art, monuments, and surveillance – and offers ways to dismantle it.
On Your Mark, a dance choreographed by first year Dance Education student Sky Morgan, was inspired by the NY Marathon. The piece will be one of 14 performed in the Master’s Dance Concert on April 21 and 22 at the Frederick Leowe Theatre.