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Arts Management Program

Arts Management Program

The College of Charleston is one of the few schools in the Southeast and the only school in South Carolina to offer undergraduate study with a major and a minor in Arts Management. The College's program is uniquely situated in an environment with an active arts community. This provides students numerous opportunities for internships, career networking, and participation in special projects.

The School of the Arts at the College of Charleston plays a distinctive role in the lives and education of the students of the College as well as the community by developing artists, art scholars, and art leaders within a liberal arts setting.  The education in the arts that we provide stimulates creativity and critical thinking skills, activates the whole learning process, and motivates a life-long love for the arts for all students.  Within a city known for its cultural heritage, this superior education marks the School as a national flagship undergraduate arts program.

BLOG: Arts Management at the College of Charleston

Program News: Program Shows Gratitude to Jeanette Guinn for Eight Years of Teaching
Posted on 30 April 2018 | 2:06 pm
Arts Management community gathers to bid farewell to Professor Guinn Last week current students, alumni, faculty, and friends from across campus gathered in the Hill Gallery of the Cato Building to celebrate Arts Management professor Jeanette Guinn for eight years of teaching at the College of Charleston. Guinn’s role as the Program’s Visiting Associate Professor […]
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Program News: Arts Management Program Honored With Five ExCEL Awards
Posted on 4 April 2018 | 3:19 pm
The College recognizes Arts Management students, staff, and faculty members at awards ceremony The Arts Management Program was the star of the show at last week’s Excellence in Collegiate Education and Leadership (ExCEL) Awards ceremony. The Program saw five students, staff, and faculty members honored at the ceremony, which is organized by the Office of […]
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