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Arts Administration Minor

Arts administrators have to have strong managerial abilities and good marketing knowledge. Arts administrators supervise day-to-day business at museums, theatre and dance companies, galleries non-profits organisations and government agencies. They run galleries, produce plays and get people to attend concerts. Suffolk’s multi-disciplinary Arts Administration minor will give students a range of skills that are required to work behind the scenes. Students will study the financial and legal requirements of arts organisations, planning for marketing and funding and community outreach. Arts Administration embraces courses from the College of Arts & Sciences and the Sawyer Business School, from business law and small business management to marketing and social media.
Level: Undergraduate Associate  
Language of instruction: English  
Location: Madrid

Master's Degree in Arts and Cultural Management – Official

The UIC Barcelona's University Master's Degree in Cultural Management takes a pragmatic approach and has a firm international outlook. Start your edification as a cultural manager and position yourself in a developing sector which creates jobs involving projects with a global impact. At UIC Barcelona you will take an all-inclusive look at the work processes of cultural services and products from a commercial perspective. You will look in more depth into the work dynamics of the two concentration tracks: visual arts and cultural heritage or creative cultural industries and you will get a multidisciplinary profile. The classes will interchange with study visits, where you will have the chance to visit cultural institutes and facilities and learn from the people running them. You will also be given access to master classes and workshops given by national and global experts.
Level: Doctorate  
Language of instruction: Catalan, English, Spanish  
Location: Barcelona

Legal Aspects of Arts Management

Due to the diverse geographic origin of the students, this Legal Aspects of Arts Management program will use the parameters of international law and will include some aspects of European law (European Union). This program is made up of two parts: The first part will focus on the way International Public Law safeguards and manages culture and art in all its forms, tangible and intangible. The second part will focus on the organisation of intellectual property, taking into account the procedure of international synchronisation that this discipline has recently experienced. Both parts of the program will have theoretical content as well as practical examples. The program aims to strengthen the students’ knowledge of the techniques and abilities necessary for the legal and financial management of these entities.
Level: Professional Development  
Language of instruction: Catalan, English, Spanish  
Location: Barcelona

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