Master of Arts in Arts Administration News
Join Goucher MAAA Faculty & Alumni moderators and presenters: Margie Reese, Ramona Baker, Chris Audain and Sara Leonard! If you'd like to join, register at convention.artsusa.org/action/register.[full story]
The upcoming deadline for MAAA Applications is March 20. If you have any questions about the application process or would like to schedule a time to talk to Ramona Baker, the MAAA Program Director, please email her -- email@example.com
Join Margie Reese, MAAA faculty member; Todd Hawkins, recent MAAA graduate; and Ramona Baker, MAAA program director to learn more about the program and to ask questions informally on February 4, 2015 at Irving Arts Center. Refreshments will be served. Find out more about this low-residency format and why the MAAA program at Goucher is so exceptional.[full story]
Ramona Baker, director of the Master of Arts in Arts Administration (MAAA) at Goucher College, will be in NYC on Wednesday and Thursday, November 28 and 29. She is eager to talk with anyone who might be considering graduate education in arts administration.[full story]
Keep your job and earn your masters degree at the same time.
We invite you to learn more about our innovative program by attending an upcoming information session on the Goucher campus. This will be an informal gathering and an opportunity to meet others who are also considering graduate school.
Friday, February 24, 2012
4 - 6 PM
1021 Dulaney Valley Road
Baltimore, MD 21204
RSVP now to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the graduate office at 800-697-4646.
The Master of Arts in Arts Administration (MAAA) is pleased to announce that Todd Hawkins and Crystal Benavides have been nominated to serve on the Emerging Leaders Council. The Emerging Leaders Council (ELC) is an elected advisory body to Americans for the Arts and assists in developing programs and resources to identify, cultivate, and promote the next generation of arts leaders in America.[full story]
To ensure that graduates from Goucher's Master of Arts in Arts Administration (MAAA) program are prepared to work with artists and arts organizations around the world, the program has developed a new course, International Arts Policy (AAD 627). The course examines arts policies around the world from three primary perspectives--1) politics, 2) economics, and 3) cultural heritage.[full story]
The Master of Arts in Arts Administration program is pleased to announce that Robert Lynch, President and CEO of Americans for the Arts, and Jonathan Katz, Chief Executive Officer of the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, have joined the MAAA faculty to teach Public Policy for the Arts (AAD 617) during the Summer/Fall 2011 semester at Goucher.[full story]
The Master of Arts Program in Arts Administration at Goucher College is pleased to announce that three members of its program published books this spring. The trio includes an adjunct faculty member, a current student and an alumna.[full story]
Ben Cameron's Keynote Commencement Address
Ben Cameron, program director for the arts at the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, was the keynote speaker at Goucher College's graduate programs 2010 Commencement. Click here to listen. [full story]
Listen to Ramona Baker's Presentation from the Arts Leadership Symposium
In association with the Americans for the Arts' Half-Century Summit (June 25 - 27 in Baltimore) Goucher College’s Masters of Arts Administration Program hosted a half-day of professional development and learning for arts leaders on June 24. Find out more about the Symposium and listen to Ramona Baker's presentation. [full story]
This Week's Top Story - Baker Posts Blog for Americans for the Arts Emerging Leaders
Program director Ramona Baker posts in the Americans for the Arts Arts Blog "What I Do Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was an Emerging Leader." [full story]
Why Study Arts Administration?
As more and more arts organizations recognize the value of the highly specialized training that people with degrees in arts administration receive, employers are increasingly seeking out candidates with masters level training for key staff positions. [full story]