typically those matter to in arts and acculturation are not educated in the theory or provided with the tools, language, or experience for effective administrative leadership. The ACM platform is designed to provide participants with these all-important assets in a collaborative and applied learning environment. Participants are expected to explore the changing role of the cultural drawing card and the cultural institution and to develop competence in the new media and methods that are continually transforming the way we communicate .
Based on experiential determine, the course of study objective is to create a team-based and collaborative teach community that sharpens critical think, deepens reflective practice, and develops strategic leadership skills. Participants develop skills across many sectors including strategy conceptualization and execution, finance, marketing and law, advanced decision lay down, operations planning, cultural program, human resource management, and a potent ability to negotiate .
The M.P.S. Arts and Cultural Management program provides participants with the opportunity to:
- Join a creative learning community of professionals with diverse expertise
- Develop a strategic skill set that bridges public, profit, and nonprofit sectors
- Explore the role of art, culture, and meaning-making in shaping equity, economy, and ecology of place
- Create and expand professional networks worldwide
- Examine trends and global challenges
- Use technology to advance dialogue and engagement
- Refine communication, collaboration, and conflict-management skills
- Lead the development of thriving cultures
The program leads to an accredit overcome of Professional Studies ( M.P.S. ) in Arts and Cultural Management.
Please see Information on Admissions for more about the Arts and cultural Management course of study .
The Arts and Cultural Management program prepares participants for today’s rapidly shifting cultural, economic, and sociopolitical environment. The program is designed for those interested in strategically using the creative arts to develop thriving cultures by bridging the “three C’s”: culture, community, and commerce.
The Master of Professional Studies in Arts and Cultural Management course of study is designed to develop twenty-first century leaders. Since its launch in 1995, the Arts and cultural Management program has been a biennial program that enables participants to explore the challenges involved in creating and sustaining booming cultures. Participants are required to take 42 credits in ordain to complete the program and receive a master of Professional Studies in Arts and Cultural Management .
The program is completed as a cohort and participants are required to take all courses in sequence and to work collaboratively in teams. The Arts and cultural Management program does not provide course waivers or accept transportation credits.
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Contact the ACM Office or schedule an informational interview at acm @ pratt.edu .
Catalyzing Creative Leadership
CATALYST is a communications platform and publication of the graduate programs in Arts and Cultural Management and Design Management at Pratt Institute, School of Art .
It is presented by its program participants, alumni and staff who search the earth for the voices and visions that cheer and activate creative strategists to lead as if life matters.
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