AU International Arts Management Update
American University's graduate certificate in International Arts Management.
American University's Graduate Certificate in International Arts Management is your connection to a bigger impact, more rewarding work, and a vibrant network of professionals and thought leaders in global cultural business. The Certificate in International Arts Management represents an innovative collaboration between AU's highly ranked Arts Management Program and the International Communications
Program of the School of International Service (ranked #5 in the world). Students will gain knowledge in cross-cultural communication and international education alongside cultural and non profit theory that will allow them to become leaders and advocates for the arts in a global context. This collaboration allows students to think of arts management issues from a different perspective, surrounded by students all coming at global issues from various angles, looking outside the box, then coming back to apply those concepts directly to arts management. Students will also learn from a variety of opinion leaders, nationally recognized staff, and innovative professionals, with whom they will gain experience and the ability to network. Significant and meaningful work in the arts is increasingly global, and the skills and insights of trained professionals are in high demand. Build your knowledge, grow your network, and make your mark with this flexible, focused academic program.
AU International Arts Management Update
"...when examining the group’s decision to destroy fake and priceless art objects a more pragmatic financial motivation is revealed."
The ideologically-driven destruction of priceless Iraqi artifacts by Islamic State may be a ruse that actually hides a much more cynical operation, in which fakes are smashed to pieces while real treasures are smuggled out of the country and sold on the black market to fund the terrorist army.
"We, who for many years have worked with victims, know that through art creation it is possible to transform victims sorrow into power, into poetry, into a song, among many other things,"
The Summit brings together over 400 national and international artists from 37 different countries to support the country’s ongoing peace talks.
"The crackdown on rights and freedoms that accelerated with Vladimir Putin’s return to the Kremlin is rapidly extending to the realm of arts and culture."
Russia's artistic and cultural sphere is coming under attack, as the government tries to use the arts to ensure loyalty to the regime.
“The story of the seizure and trade of this painting shows how much the art trade has been involved in the disposal of N**i-looted art and how difficult it is for those who have been dispossessed to find and recover their property”
articles/After decades of being traded around the world portrait by El Greco returned to heirs
"I think the biggest challenge that we face is funding for institutions....Institutions are so box office driven that we can't fail to appeal to the public. And this populism, speaking for the non-profit sector, is really challenging."
One of the most influential names on the art scene, Okwui Enwezor is curating the Venice Biennale. He tells DW why Karl Marx is on deck, why words trump images, and why the art world's footprint is a few sizes too big.
"People don’t pay taxes on art in the city, which gives it a huge advantage over nearly every other Asian city."
Once ridiculed as a cultural desert, Hong Kong is now a major destination on the global art circuit.
"Almost 100 Syrian artifacts looted by the Islamic State have been smuggled into Britain and sold to raise money for the extremist group’s activities"
Almost 100 items of Syrian art looted by the Islamic State group have been smuggled in and sold for cash.
Auction houses are now operating in “a massive global business focused on contemporary art,” Edward Dolman says, influenced by international collectors from all parts of the world.
"Over 100 British artists announced on Friday that they are launching a cultural boycott of Israel, along with hundreds of others who have also signed up to the initiative. "
According to letter signed by luminaries such as Brian Eno and Ken Loach, ban includes accepting professional invitations to Israel or funding from institutions linked to the government.
AU International Arts Management Update
Now through Sun 3/15/15 | 11:00 am – 4:00 pmIdentidad by Silvia LevensonAmerican University Museum at the Katzen Arts CenterInformation Online The exhibition illustrates the solemn history of the Argentinian Dirty War and the significant impact of the Grandmothers campaign. Moreover, the exhibition…
This Is Progress? Toronto Has Too Many International Theatre Festivals
Progress: International Festival of Performance and Ideas kicks off its inaugural 12-day run on Feb. 4
When the Victoria and Albert museum was asked if it held any images of Muhammad after the attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, it said there were none. A US expert later provided a link to a poster in its collection, with the inscription “Mohammad the Prophet of God”.
Poster removed from museum website – but scholars of Islamic art fear ‘terrible loss for shared global heritage’
"A group of Los Angeles theater leaders will announce this week an aggressive plan to diversify Southern California theater companies, the productions they present and the audiences they draw."
A group of Los Angeles theater leaders will announce this week an aggressive plan to diversify Southern California theater companies, the productions they present and the audiences they draw.
“If art comes from everywhere and everyone thinks differently, why does so much of what we see these days look the same?”
“If art comes from everywhere and everyone thinks differently, why does so much of what we see these days look the same?” — Jerry Saltz on Art's Insidious New Cliché: ...
Are International Museum Franchises Really A Good Idea?
In our January Forum, Lee Rosenbaum and Maymanah Farat debate whether we should be cynical about international museum franchises
"Art, through the biennial, can become particularly symbolic of the flow of global capital—often concretely too, as works are bought and sold. Music, as a time-based art form rooted in experiences rather than in objects, cannot attract the same level of capital investment.”
While Silk Road’s music is enjoyable, its goals laudable, and the musicians’ skills impressive, hybridization of this sort is not a perfect model for understanding or addressing the issues of moder...
"Putting on an arts biennale anywhere is complicated. Here, the festival, Qalandiya International, faced special challenges in catering to a Palestinian society that is highly politicized, physically fragmented, internally divided, partly autonomous but still struggling against Israeli occupation, and not given to displays of frivolity or celebration."
The festival, Qalandiya International, faced special challenges in catering to a fragmented Palestinian society struggling against Israel and recovering from the 50-day Gaza war.
"Countries that claim historical objects are not protecting their cultural heritages."
Getty Trust President Argues Against Repatriating Artifacts In One Of The World’s Most Prestigious Journals
In December 2007, the Italian government opened an exhibition in Rome of 69 artifacts that four major U.S. museums had agreed to return to Italy on the grounds that they had been illegally excavated and exported from the country.
"the new wave of African artists can be as important as the continent's superstar sportsmen in raising its cultural profile"
London (AFP) - Despite sparse resources and limited institutional support, the world will soon wake up to Africa's ingenious new artists, according to some of the continent's leading exponents taking part in London's Contemporary African Art Fair.
"Untold priceless artworks are waiting to be recorded – and we must get there before they are destroyed by wars and vandalism"
We had been travelling by camel through the remote Tassili Mountains in south-east Algeria for five days. I had heard from a Tuareg friend of some huge animal engravings in a valley in this 50,000 square mile moonscape near the Libyan and Niger borders – and we had come to search for them. Now this…
"Whether working in Johannesburg, South Africa or Mumbai, India, the following photographers document flickering instants from the theater of the streets, thus revealing how one, small moment can potentially speak to the entire world."
Think of a city. Of its winding roads and bustling crowds and tall buildings and piling garbage and whatever else. Now look closer. Think of the strange colors that jam up against each other for a brief moment, or the constant and ever-changing poten...
"The festival is a melting pot of vendors and performances representing a range of cultures"
Having created a successful festival to celebrate Black History Month, Kimberly Bailey Tureaud and her husband, Charles Tureaud, found they wanted to expand their reach and ...
Next year, the Nigerian-born curator and writer will become the first African director of the Venice Biennale.
Why Isn’t Portland’s Diversity Reflected In Its Theatres?
"Theater is the onstage representation of human experience. It's also about how that experience is represented."
The diversity of Portland's theater, onstage and off.
Authorities shut down Beijing International Film Festival.
Each metro station will have a different theme, from contemporary art to historical heritage.
Thought Dubai was a cultural wasteland? Think again. The emirate is devising a number of initiatives to nurture its thriving art and culture scene.
She became the company's only black female soloist.
“The race card doesn’t exist in the ballet world."
Misty Copeland took her first ballet class at age 13 and performed as Clara in the Nutcracker eight months later. Four years after that, she joined the American Ballet Theatre as a corps member, and in 2007 she became the company's only black female soloist. She was also the first in decades, only t…
"a special platform for both Kurdish and Arabic writers, in a nation where historical resentments still linger"
For the past week, the historical Iraqi city Arbil has turned its attention to a unified love of
"More than 60 glass objects will be showcased and the display also educates airport visitors about various glass-making techniques and processes."
Glass art exhibition coming to Denver International
"Public prosecutors in Augsburg have announced that they will release the artworks they seized from the home of reclusive collector Cornelius Gurlitt two years ago, making the 81-year-old once again the legal owner of the most contentious private collection in recent German history."
Cornelius Gurlitt regains ownership of contentious hoard with onus on prosecutors to show works were stolen from owners
“This is one of the most globalized art fairs in the world,” says Antonia Carver, Art Dubai’s director.
"Thanks to its geographically central situation, amazing economic prosperity, and political stability, the emirate has become the center of the art market in what is an artistically vibrant yet politically unsteady region"
Details for Art Dubai: To buy or not to buy.
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