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School of the Arts

Arts Management and Entrepreneurship in the Arts

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.

Upcoming:

  • Apr 22
    Notes from the Field Logo

    Representing Now: Museums and Contemporaneity

    Time:  6:00pm—6:45pm
    Presented by the Arts Management Department and Museum Studies Minor Program

    Q & A Session to follow.

    Pre-register at Notes from the Field Webinar Registration 

    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.