The arts administration concentration is interdisciplinary. Combined with a major in dance or theatre and courses from business, students prepare for leadership roles in arts planning and management.
Students will, through course work, close mentorship with faculty and arts internships, develop a knowledge base and skills preparing them to navigate the administrative aspects of arts organizations .
Arts administrators work in federal, state and community arts agencies, as well as in the promotion of arts education programs.
The mission of the concentration is to advance the goals of the college by providing a program directly focused on leadership while supporting the core values of the institution- liberal arts and creativity.
For more details on this concentration, contact Professor Kevin Gallagher, Advisor at email@example.com.
April 17, 2021
Cedar Crest College Dance Company presents new screen dance works by faculty and guest artists. Artistic direction by Sarah Carlson.
April 24, 2021
Told by and through the voices of current CCC students, alumnae, and community members, this original production will feature local and national news clips, historic documents, and original spoken word and personal reflections revealing our triumphs, our missteps, and the ongoing transformation of inclusion and equity at Cedar Crest College.
In lieu of Cedar Crest College's live performances of Spring Dances, "Dance | Interrupted" is a dance film about the creative process behind Spring Dances 2020.