Carnegie Mellon's Master of Arts Management Partners with Europe's CREARE on 2016 Summer Intensive
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Carnegie Mellon University's Master of Arts Management (MAM) program is partnering with Europe’s Centre for REsearch in ARts and Economics (CREARE) on a 2016 summer intensive in cultural economics that will take place at Carnegie Mellon University June 7th - 11th.
The program is based in the Netherlands and has been held in Uganda, India, Italy, and for the first time, the United States.
This short, five day intensive course offers the cultural economic perspective. It introduces new concepts, other ways of thinking from which practitioners in the cultural sector can benefit and that students in a variety of disciplines can apply in their study. Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance from CREARE after successful completion of the course.
Kathryn Heidemann, Assistant Dean and Director of the Master of Arts Management Program at CMU shares her excitement about the summer intensive:
"We are thrilled to welcome international arts managers from across the globe to foster an essential dialogue of our respective cultural economies. Value of culture is a key flagship program of CREARE, and we are honored to bring this international conversation between value, culture, and economics here to Pittsburgh - a city that loves the arts."
Read more about the CREARE Value of Culture program, and find out how you can register.