Engaging the Next Generation of Creative Leaders
The arts can transform individuals, communities, and nations.
The arts management and entrepreneurship program at Purchase College offers a strategic mix of classroom-based and experiential learning opportunities to prepare thoughtful, innovative, and engaged professionals across the creative industries.
Led by a faculty of educators and field practitioners, emphasis is placed on critical inquiry along with developing the creative problem-solving and communication skills necessary to support arts enterprise in a constantly changing environment.
Students benefit from access to the outstanding artistic resources of Purchase College and proximity to New York City, one of the world’s top cultural destinations.
Time: 6:00pm—6:45pmPresented by the Arts Management Department and Museum Studies Minor Program
Q & A Session to follow.
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Moderated by Arts Management Professor Melissa Forstrom, the event features Ayşin Yoltar-Yıldırım, Hagop Kevorkian Associate Curator, Islamic Art, Brooklyn Museum; Blair Fowlkes Childs, former Research Associate, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; and Michael Seymour, Assistant Curator, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Presented in partnership with the Museum Studies Minor Program.
Support for this event made possible by the Jandon Foundation.