Nik. L. Dumas, UKY Arts Administration Masters (online) 2018.
Nik Dumas, Artistic Administrator for Opera Idaho, shared his experience as a student in UKY Arts Administration online Mater’s program. “One of the many highlights of studying in the Arts Admin program was the amount of flexibility I had. Not only was I ale to comfortably work full-time, but I was able to make time for things I enjoyed as well. Another great point aout the program was the immediate feedback that I...
Quanice G. Floyd is a renaissance woman who wears many capes. Born and raised in NYC, she has spent over a decade in Washington, DC where she has received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Music Education from Howard University and Kent State University respectively. Her passion for arts administration led her to pursue her second Master’s degree in Arts Management at American University, and she is currently a doctoral student at Drexel University. Quanice is the Founder &...
BW TO BROADWAY TO JUST 'BE MORE CHILL'
April 3, 2019
by Emma Rose Lewis '19
Bailey Ford hits the Broadway scene working on the digital team for "Be More Chill."
Baldwin Wallace does not just produce Broadway stars, it trains students to be professionals behind the scenes of Broadway as well. Arts management and entrepreneurship major Bailey Ford '20 is no exception. She is already making her mark on the Broadway stage.
Ford is currently working...
July 13, 2018
by Mary Simmons '21
During the 2018 Tony Awards, BW was represented both on and off the stage.
Jai'len Josey '20, currently appearing in "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical," and Kate Rockwell '06, currently starring in "Mean Girls," had the chance to perform on the Radio City Musical Hall stage during the live TV broadcast. Rockwell even had a solo.
But there was another, less visible BW connection to two Tony Award-winning shows. Logan...
Craig Golbesky ’17, actor/director and adjunct instructor from Hebron, Indiana. “The engaging courses offered in the arts and entertainment administration program challenged me to think outside the box and left me with the skills to feel both competent and qualified to work in a highly competitive market.” (photo credit: Josh Albanese)
In May 2018, Master in Gallery Management & Exhibits Specialization (MGES) student Kristen Grant was hired as Gallery Intern-through Western's MGES internship program-and hit the ground running. She began assisting the Manager and the Director with daily tasks and correspondences, packing and shipping artwork, installing shows, doing social media, among other tasks. After putting a lot of work into the exhibitions she helped install and promote, Grant found that things just...
MANAGING THE CAREERS OF PERFORMERS
MS, Arts Administration ‘17
Pamela Green is President and CEO of PMG Arts Management, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2017. She holds a BA in Public Policy and a Minor in Drama from Duke University and a Masters in Arts Administration from Drexel University. Prior to founding PMGAM, she was Managing Director of Chuck Davis' AADE and the Director of Touring and Presenting for the North Carolina Arts Council. She has served...
From MCLA to MASS MoCA
Working behind the scenes at MASS MoCA, Chris Handschuh ’16 is an art installation assistant in the museum’s Art Fabrication and Installation Department. Because of his passion for live music production and stage management, this arts management major – who also minored in music – never imagined that he one day might work in that capacity.
A typical day with his crew might include hanging prints, photographs, paintings and drawings. Handschuh...