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  • Current Issues in International Cultural Policy

    Click HERE to view video clips from the Current Issues in International Cultural Policy course offered in Summer 2010.

  • ARAD Reunion Celebration (30th)

    Click HERE  to view a video that was recently shown as part of the ARAD Reunion Celebration honoring 30 years of the program and 25 years of the Research Center for Arts and Culture! And click HERE for Adrian Ellis' keynote address launching the weekend.

  • Advocating for the Arts of the Future (2006)

    Fall 2006

    In the fall of 2006 the Program in Arts Administration in conjunction with the Harlem Arts Alliance and the Alliance of New York State Arts Organizations offered the special research apprenticeship course, "Advocating for the Arts of the Future," in order to train the next generation of arts advocates. Students interviewed and surveyed Harlem legislators, artists, and arts organizations over a four-month period. Results were presented to hundreds of Harlem community members and supporters at two Harlem Arts Alliance events.

    Please click on the following link to download the Advocating for the Arts of the Future Presentation.

  • International Open Exchange (2005)

    Open Exchange was a collaboration of the Program in Arts Administration, New York's Museum of Modern Art and Madrid's Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia that took place in 2005. A peer learning videoconference seminar among 12 museums---6 in Spain and 6 in the United States, museum educators in both countries discussed a series of topics seminal to the field of museum education and administration:

    January 14, 2005: Creating Access: Programs for Audiences with Disabilities
    February 11, 2005: Community Outreach
    March 11, 2005: Curriculum Development and School Partnerships
    April 15, 2005: Knowing an Audience: Working with Adolescents
    May 13, 2005: Education and Technology
    June 17, 2005: Professional Development

    Below you will find some video clips of some of these.
    Participants represented the following organizations/institutions:

    American Participants

    Spanish Participants

    Sergio Bessa
    The Bronx Museum of the Arts

    Isabel Abad
    CaixaForum

    Dorothy Dunn
    Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum

    Maria Jesus de Domingo
    Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia

    Raina Fielder
    The Whitney Museum of American Art

    Charo Garaigorta
    Artium

    Sandra Jackson
    The Studio Museum in Harlem

    Joana Riera
    Fundaci Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca

    Deborah Schwartz
    Museum of Modern Art

    David Rodriguez
    Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM)

    Helena Vidal
    El Museo del Barrio

    Cristina Trigo
    Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC)

    Video Clips

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  • Critical Issues in Arts and Technology for Arts Managers (2002)

    Offered by the graduate Program in Arts Administration and the Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation - Teachers College, Columbia University
    June 6-7 and 13-15, 2002

    The Big Picture

    Benjamin barber

    Eminent scholar Benjamin Barber and radical artist Ricardo Dominguez take on the arts, culture and technology from very different vantage points.

    Philanthropy & Copyright

    Fred koenigsberg

    Arts administration faculty member, Fred KoenigsbergTheresa Perrone reveals important insights into raising and giving money online. swims in the murky waters of copyright in an age of ever expanding technology.

    Educating Audiences

    Suzie wise

    Suzie Wise describes the innovative programs at SFMoMA using technology to educate audiences.

    Distance Learning

    Pinchas zukerman

    Renowned violinist Pinchas Zukerman gives a master class from Ottawa in a collaboration between Teachers College, Columbia University and the Manhattan School of Music.

    Conference Website

    See the breadth of topics and the wealth of speakers in more detail from this June 2002 course.

    Arts and technology for arts managers

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