Courses in Arts Management

A course is a single unit of study that typically requires an academic semester to complete. It may include sessions made up of lectures, seminars or laboratories. Students may be required to do various kinds of work during the course. It may be specific to a student’s major.

What are courses in arts management? Students may be introduced to the skills necessary to handle promotions, finances, fundraising and program development of art institutions. They might learn about business principles like marketing, budgeting, managing and promotion and gain a better understanding the requirements of operating museums and art galleries. Arts management courses might include arts in context, law and arts, cultural policy and making sense of censorship.

Art management courses may cover a variety of topics that help students build valuable skills to advance their careers. The coursework may develop skills in research and time management that are invaluable on the professional and personal level. Individuals may also become more adept at communication.

Between schools, course programs might vary greatly in length, credits required for completion, and online access. Costs can fluctuate depending on all of these factors and many more. Contact the institution offering the course of interest for more detailed information.

Courses in arts management might prepare students for careers as production managers, art consultants, arts marketing strategists, fundraising directors, technical directors and theater managers. Those with a love for the arts might seek courses as part of a bachelor’s or master’s degree program. Many of these careers require some level of certification, diploma or degree, which some courses can provide. Students might find positions at camps, museums, art galleries, art schools and nonprofit arts organizations.

Courses in arts management are offered at institutions across the globe, and many have online options. For more detailed information, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Art direction

Miami Ad School - Rio de Janeiro
Campus Full-time 2 years Request Info Brazil Rio de Janeiro

In Miami Ad School / ESPM an art director is done the way the market wants: complete. The Miami Ad School / ESPM is a school of global excellence. Here you will learn how to make, remake and do it again.

Art direction

Miami Ad School - São Paulo
Campus Full-time 2 years Request Info Brazil São Paulo

If you want to be a director of brilliant art, the Miami Ad School / ESPM is your gym. Here you will do, redo and redo again.

Masters in Integrated Technologies for Cultural Heritage

Palazzo Spinelli Group
Campus Full-time 1500 hours Request Info Italy Florence

The Masters aims to train professionals capable of understanding the issues and possible sustainable promotion of Cultural Heritage. At the same time, be able to make appropriate use of advanced digital technologies applicable to the system and the museum aimed at realisation of communication processes and enhancement.

Masters in Management of Cultural and Artistic Events

Palazzo Spinelli Group
Campus Full-time 1500 hours Request Info Italy Florence

The main task of this Masters is to provide the required knowledge and skills to prepare and organize exhibitions and art events and to programme cultural events in all their steps from the first drafting to the management of the technical organisation aspects such as the co-ordination of human resources and collaborators.

Short Course in Arts and Cultural Management

European School of Economics
Campus Full-time Part-time 3 months Request Info United Kingdom London Italy Florence Rome Milan Spain Madrid + 7 more

The ESE Professional Programme on Arts and Culture Management at the European School of Economics in Florence is designed to create innovative leaders within the visual arts and culture field. Upon the completion of the course, students will have the opportunity to enter the pathway of the international art world within, for example, the museum environment and the art market. The programme combines rigorous coursework taught by professional docents and valuable on-site learning opportunities, in order to distinguish students within the public, private and nonprofit arts environment.