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Flexible Art Worlds - Degree Course

Those who create arts businesses, operate arts organizations and participate in the work of arts institutions shape how a significant part of culture is produced. By articulating and enacting plans, missions, programs and policies, professional and volunteer cultural workers advance rationales that materialize as specific opportunities, support, production, presentation and dialogue. These activities are driven by multiple interests, embedded in popular, economic and academic discourses, enacted variously at local, national and global scale. Drawing on contemporary examples and including experience contributed by seminar participants and visiting lecturers, this intensive course, geared towards artists and administrators, will lay out a foundation on which to assess the many positions currently active in cultural networks.

3.0 College Credits

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Class meeting time 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Class meeting days Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Building and room ONLINE
Course number 1187
Course instructor Asha Iman Veal