College of Charleston Arts Management Program

College of Charleston Arts Management Program

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Come support and enjoy hearing some CofC alumni performing at Forte Jazz Lounge Feb 23rd, 7pm! An eclectic music vibe!
The Charleston Museum is seeking a mature person with sales background and excellent customer service skills who enjoys working with the public. Part-time position, some weekdays, every other weekend and some holidays required. Experience operating a point of sale system or similar technology preferred. Primary duties include sale of Museum tickets and gift shop merchandise, communicating effectively with Museum guests, and answering the telephone. Must be prompt and reliable. Mail resume to: The Charleston Museum, Attn: Chief of Museum Operations, 360 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29403 or email resume to: [email protected]
360 Meeting St
Charleston, SC 29403-6235
*Please delete if not allowed* Port Living Co. is an established company on the coast of southern Maine & has recently opened a 2nd casting facility here in Charleston. We are in the process of hiring new staff to train for various positions including, but not limited to; mold makers, processing techs, designers, casting techs, shippers, & shop/project managers.
Port Living Company specializes in the design & production of architectural grade concrete wares for private label, retail & wholesale. This is a great opportunity to work at a growing company, in a fun atmosphere with a great team!
Pottery, ceramics, statuary & light carpentry experience are a plus, but not necessary as we are happy to train the right candidate.
To learn more about PLC or to inquire more about the positions available, please contact Jordan at: [email protected] with questions &/or resume to discuss further. Pay Rate Range: $14/hr.- $18/hr.
HI, Arts Management Majors! If anyone is looking for volunteer hours or an easy resume addition, come to our OPEN Arts Expo this Sunday at the Cistern! We need help setting up, pointing people in the right direction, etc...Just two or three hours of your time would be super helpful and we are excellent recommendation letter writers ;) Email [email protected] if you are interested. Thanks in advance!

The exciting field of arts management prepares students to become leaders, managers, and integral me The College of Charleston is one of the few schools in the Southeast and the only school in South Carolina to offer undergraduate study with a major and a minor in Arts Management and Administration.

The College's program is uniquely situated in an environment with an active arts community. This provides students numerous opportunities for internships, career networking, and participation in special projects.

College of Charleston School of the Arts: The Artistic Heartbeat of Charleston 09/09/2021

College of Charleston School of the Arts: The Artistic Heartbeat of Charleston

College of Charleston School of the Arts: The Artistic Heartbeat of Charleston Nestled in the heart of Charleston's historic district, the College of Charleston School of the Arts provides students the opportunity to study and live in a...

09/02/2021

CofC faculty, staff, and students: did you know there’s a Ranky Tanky concert in the Cistern Yard on September 9? Join the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs to kick off their Signature Series: Black Lives next week. RSVP here:

https://cougarconnect.cofc.edu/event/7160272

CofC faculty, staff, and students: did you know there’s a Ranky Tanky concert in the Cistern Yard on September 9? Join the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs to kick off their Signature Series: Black Lives next week. RSVP here:

https://cougarconnect.cofc.edu/event/7160272

08/02/2021

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest faculty addition, Dr. Hsin-Ching Wu! Dr. Wu joins the tenure-track faculty of the Arts Management Program as an Assistant Professor and will teach undergraduate courses in strategic planning and arts marketing. Her research agenda focuses on the intersection of nonprofit arts and cultural management, public administration and policy, and social equity. In her dissertation, Dr. Wu studied the politics of arts funding with a case study of the Massachusetts Cultural Council. With a background in American Studies and expertise in researching racial and ethnic issues, Dr. Wu is particularly interested in representations of diverse art forms and narratives in cultural institutions. She has served as a research affiliate at New York University, and she has prior experience in collection management at the galleries of the University of Buffalo (SUNY) and as a collection manager for the late gallerist and collector, David K. Anderson, and his estate. Dr. Wu is a 2021 Founders Fellow for the American Society for Public Administration. She is currently working on several projects, including the utilization of arts and culture as strategies for place branding, the use of social media in municipal governance for content creation and citizen engagement, and a comparative analysis of arts management education systems between the U.S. and Taiwan. Inspired by the thoughts of John Dewey, who said: "art is not the possession of the few who are recognized writers, painters, musicians; it is the authentic expression of any and all individuality," Dr. Wu has taken up watercolor painting in her free time since the pandemic to learn more about the artist's journey. Dr. Wu is also a proud dog owner, who enjoys spending time with her Moyen poodle. Welcome, Dr. Wu!

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest faculty addition, Dr. Hsin-Ching Wu! Dr. Wu joins the tenure-track faculty of the Arts Management Program as an Assistant Professor and will teach undergraduate courses in strategic planning and arts marketing. Her research agenda focuses on the intersection of nonprofit arts and cultural management, public administration and policy, and social equity. In her dissertation, Dr. Wu studied the politics of arts funding with a case study of the Massachusetts Cultural Council. With a background in American Studies and expertise in researching racial and ethnic issues, Dr. Wu is particularly interested in representations of diverse art forms and narratives in cultural institutions. She has served as a research affiliate at New York University, and she has prior experience in collection management at the galleries of the University of Buffalo (SUNY) and as a collection manager for the late gallerist and collector, David K. Anderson, and his estate. Dr. Wu is a 2021 Founders Fellow for the American Society for Public Administration. She is currently working on several projects, including the utilization of arts and culture as strategies for place branding, the use of social media in municipal governance for content creation and citizen engagement, and a comparative analysis of arts management education systems between the U.S. and Taiwan. Inspired by the thoughts of John Dewey, who said: "art is not the possession of the few who are recognized writers, painters, musicians; it is the authentic expression of any and all individuality," Dr. Wu has taken up watercolor painting in her free time since the pandemic to learn more about the artist's journey. Dr. Wu is also a proud dog owner, who enjoys spending time with her Moyen poodle. Welcome, Dr. Wu!

07/27/2021

We are very excited to announce that effective July 1, 2021, Dr. Kate Keeney is the incoming Program Director of the Arts Management Program and the Graduate Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management. Dr. Keeney joined the ARTM faculty in 2016 after previously managing several high-level, university-wide initiatives at Virginia Tech, including the construction of the $100 million Moss Arts Center. She teaches Policy in the Arts in our undergraduate program, in addition to two foundational courses in our graduate certificate program. Dr. Keeney also serves as a consulting editor for the Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society, and is the Second Vice President for the South Carolina Arts Alliance. A message from Dr. Keeney: "I am excited to advance the Arts Management Program in an academic and community setting that truly supports the arts. The success of our students is a testament to the unique strength of arts management at the College of Charleston."

We are very excited to announce that effective July 1, 2021, Dr. Kate Keeney is the incoming Program Director of the Arts Management Program and the Graduate Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management. Dr. Keeney joined the ARTM faculty in 2016 after previously managing several high-level, university-wide initiatives at Virginia Tech, including the construction of the $100 million Moss Arts Center. She teaches Policy in the Arts in our undergraduate program, in addition to two foundational courses in our graduate certificate program. Dr. Keeney also serves as a consulting editor for the Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society, and is the Second Vice President for the South Carolina Arts Alliance. A message from Dr. Keeney: "I am excited to advance the Arts Management Program in an academic and community setting that truly supports the arts. The success of our students is a testament to the unique strength of arts management at the College of Charleston."

06/30/2021

Today we wish to express our deepest gratitude to Professors Chris Burgess and Karen Chandler for their incredible leadership as program directors of the undergraduate Arts Management Program and the Graduate Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management. We will transition to new leadership under Professor Kate Keeney who will direct both programs beginning July 1, 2021. Fear not: Professors Burgess and Chandler will continue to teach in the program, so you'll still get to learn from them just as much as before! Prof. Burgess and Prof. Chandler, we are so grateful for your guidance, mentorship, and leadership. Thank you for all that you do and all that you are!

Today we wish to express our deepest gratitude to Professors Chris Burgess and Karen Chandler for their incredible leadership as program directors of the undergraduate Arts Management Program and the Graduate Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management. We will transition to new leadership under Professor Kate Keeney who will direct both programs beginning July 1, 2021. Fear not: Professors Burgess and Chandler will continue to teach in the program, so you'll still get to learn from them just as much as before! Prof. Burgess and Prof. Chandler, we are so grateful for your guidance, mentorship, and leadership. Thank you for all that you do and all that you are!

Vacancies – City of North Charleston, SC 06/02/2021

Vacancies – City of North Charleston, SC

Vacancies – City of North Charleston, SC 5/20/2021: The redevelopment of the Old Charlestowne Academy is part of the continued stream of investment into the community, providing a central location for jobs in a unique and thoughtful setting.

Photos from College of Charleston Arts Management Program's post 05/27/2021

We are excited to announce the following fellowship opportunities for the 2021-2022 academic year: Charleston Symphony Orchestra Inclusion Fellowship and the SC Arts Alliance Graduate Fellowship. ⁣

Fellowship candidates must be accepted to and enrolled in the Graduate Certificate Program in Arts and Cultural Management. HURRY! There's still time to apply to our program and the fellowships. ⁣

Visit https://artsmgmt.cofc.edu/graduate-certificate/financial-information.php and scroll down to "External Fellowships" for more details and application information!

Timeline Photos 05/18/2021

Congratulations to the Graduate Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management Class of 2021! Sarah, Joshua, Ivy, Simone, Laurel, and Hannah-Marie, we are so proud of you!

Did you know that you can complete the five-course graduate certificate in one year or in two years along with the Master of Public Administration (MPA) or Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing programs? Visit artsmgmt.cofc.edu/graduate-certificate or DM us for details!

Congratulations to the Graduate Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management Class of 2021! Sarah, Joshua, Ivy, Simone, Laurel, and Hannah-Marie, we are so proud of you!

Did you know that you can complete the five-course graduate certificate in one year or in two years along with the Master of Public Administration (MPA) or Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing programs? Visit artsmgmt.cofc.edu/graduate-certificate or DM us for details!

Timeline Photos 05/07/2021

Congratulations to the Class of 2021, and especially to our graduates from the Arts Management Program! You have demonstrated such resilience, strength, and grace, and we wish you nothing but the best in your future endeavors. We are so proud of each of you! 🎓🏆🎉

Congratulations to the Class of 2021, and especially to our graduates from the Arts Management Program! You have demonstrated such resilience, strength, and grace, and we wish you nothing but the best in your future endeavors. We are so proud of each of you! 🎓🏆🎉

05/06/2021

Congratulations to this stellar group of high achieving arts majors! See your name or someone you know? http://blogs.cofc.edu/sota/2021/05/05/awards-7/

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Simone’s Letter to SC Creatives — SC Arts Alliance 05/04/2021

Simone’s Letter to SC Creatives — SC Arts Alliance

We are so incredibly proud of you, Simone!

Simone’s Letter to SC Creatives — SC Arts Alliance April 30 was the last day for our 2020/21 Graduate Fellow, Simone Liberty.  Simone started her Fellowship in August of 2020 and she has done so much for the arts in South Carolina since. We have enjoyed working with Simone and wish her well in her future endeavors! We asked Simone

Photos from College of Charleston Arts Management Program's post 05/03/2021

OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARDS, Part 3 of 3! Outstanding Students are recognized by ARTM faculty as those who have demonstrated a commitment to the field of arts management. This includes acts of leadership, peer mentoring and exchange, innovation, and/or service to artists, arts organizations, and the ARTM Program. Swipe ⬅️ to see the full listing of this year's Outstanding Students! ⁣⁣⁣

ORLANDO LAPAZ is graduating with a major in ARTM and a concentration in the Music Industry. He has worked with CofC IT since 2018 as an Administrative Assistant, Project Coordinator, and currently as the Business Analyst Coordinator. He has been nominated for the Student Employee of the Year, and most recently completed a Box Office and Operations Internship at the Sottile Theatre on campus. After graduation, Orlando hopes to pursue a position that will allow him to help revitalize the arts in a post-pandemic world.⁣

EVA LEACH is graduating with a major in ARTM and a concentration in the Music Industry. A talented musician, Eva has been featured in College of Charleston Magazine, performed in the Piccolo Spoleto Festival and the Lowcountry Listens series at the Gaillard, and has been featured in the Young Contemporary exhibition at the Halsey Institute. She was the Arts Ambassador for E-LLC and completed an internship with Ohm Radio. After graduation, Eva hopes to pursue music full time and has secured an opportunity to work with Watersound Entertainment to release a single this summer.⁣

JUSTIN YATES graduated in December 2020 with a double major in ARTM and Theatre. He volunteered with High Water Festival, completed an internship with PURE Theatre, and worked at the Sottile Theatre and with the Dept of Theatre and Dance. Justin is pursuing employment in venue management or artistic direction.⁣

Our final two recipients (not pictured) are ANKA MILENKOVIC and SPENCER MASTO!⁣

Congratulations to each of our winners! We are so proud of you!⁣ 🎓🏆🎉

Photos from College of Charleston Arts Management Program's post 05/03/2021

OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARDS, Part 2 of 3! Outstanding Students are recognized by ARTM faculty as those who have demonstrated a commitment to the field of arts management. This includes acts of leadership, peer mentoring and exchange, innovation, and/or service to artists, arts organizations, and the ARTM Program. Swipe to see the full listing of this year's Outstanding Students! ⁣⁣⁣

SABRINA IMBROGNO is graduating from the Honors College with a major in ARTM, a concentration in the Music Industry, and a minor in Marketing. She is the recipient of the 2019 Borelli Inspirational Woman of the Year, is a SOTA Scholar, and recently completed a Bachelor’s Essay entitled “The Effects of COVID-19 on U.S. Nonprofit Arts Organizations.” She has volunteered with Metanoia and UPLIFT, and she has completed internships with Piccolo Spoleto and Rebecca Hoyle Fine Art. She plans to pursue employment as a development officer for a nonprofit organization.⁣

JULIA KABERNAGEL is graduating with a double major in Dance and ARTM with a concentration in the Music Industry. She has served in leadership roles for the Dance Alliance, including its president this year. She is a recipient of numerous awards, honors, and scholarships and has an impressively extensive list of choreography credits. (DM us for a link to VOID, a dance film she choreographed and directed!) She completed an internship with Charleston Music Hall, will complete a summer internship with Ear for Music, and plans to pursue a career in live event production while continuing to create short dance films around Charleston.⁣

CYRIL LANGSTON is graduating with a double major in ARTM and German and a minor in Economics. Active in the Bonner Leader program, Cyril has extensive volunteering and internship experience with organizations on campus and in the community, including Center for Women, Center for Civic Engagement, Enough Pie, Lowcountry Foodbank, and more. This year, she received the Stephen C. Osborne and George P. Watt Jr. Bonner Leader of the Year Award. Cyril has been accepted to the Global MSPPM program at Carnegie Mellon and will be moving to Adelaide, Australia in the Fall.⁣

Photos from College of Charleston Arts Management Program's post 05/03/2021

Our final featured graduates are the recipients of the OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARDS! (Part 1 of 3) Outstanding Students are recognized by Arts Management faculty as those who have demonstrated a commitment to the field of arts management. This includes acts of leadership, peer mentoring and exchange, innovation, and/or service to artists, arts organizations, and the ARTM Program. Swipe ⬅️ to see the full listing of this year's Outstanding Students! ⁣⁣🎓🏆🎉
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SIERRA BUCK is graduating with a double major in ARTM and Communication. She was the president of the Charleston Vibes, was the recipient of the SOTA Outstanding Student of the Year at this year's ExCEL Awards, is a member of the Lambda Pi Eta and Phi Eta Sigma honor societies, and is also a SOTA Scholar. Sierra completed internships with the Charleston Gaillard Center, Spoleto Festival USA, Charleston Stage, and with the College of Charleston School of the Arts. She has accepted a position as a summer intern at Peppercomm in New York.
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KATE GEIB is graduating with a major in ARTM and a concentration in the Music Industry with a 4.0 GPA. She has held leadership roles within 1770 Records and the Women in Music and Entertainment Club, has represented ARTM on the SOTA Dean's Advisory Committee, has completed internships with Monostereo/Record Stop and Big Picture Media, is a SOTA Scholar, and is the recipient of the Women in Music and Entertainment Excellence Award. Kate will complete a summer internship with Ear for Music to learn more about concert promotion and production management.⁣⁣
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ALLISON GONYER is graduating with a major in ARTM and minors in Creative Writing and Art History. Her work was featured in the Young Contemporaries exhibition at the Halsey Institute in 2019 and 2020, she is a member of the Phi Eta Sigma and Sigma Tau Dela honor societies, and has volunteered with the Cougar Activities Board and the Halsey Student Advisory Board. She has completed internships with Redux Contemporary Art Center and Evan Guthrie Law Firm. Allison plans to pursue employment within the museum sector while also expanding her personal art practice.⁣

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