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When recently visiting Taiwan, Dr. Maloney met with two alumni of the PAA program who are arts administration professors.
"The future of the world’s most important cultural sites and tourism destinations should be considered through the lens of sustainable tourism."
Professor Linda Shelton, executive director of The Joyce Theater Foundation, will be honored at the Dance Magazine Awards.
Donna Walker-Kuhne received the first ever League of Professional Theatre Women Rachel Crothers Leadership Award.
Alumnus Kristen Irby made a dramatic career shift going from dance to finance after pursuing his master’s degree in Performing Arts Administration.
Dr. Richard Maloney, Performing Arts Administration program director, participated in a conversation with Victoria Jones, executive vice president and fundraising practice leader at Development Guild DDI entitled "Arts Administration, Reflections of an Expanding Field," at The Makery, a design lab and co-working space in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Over spring break, I traveled to London, England, along with 20 other Steinhardt graduate students to participate in the Creative and Cultural Industries short-term study abroad course.
Performing Arts Administration program director Dr. Richard Maloney was elected to the 2017-2019 Board of Directors of ENCATC, the European network on cultural management and policy.
Dr. Maloney served as a member of the international jury that determined the winner of the 2019 ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management.