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Arts Management Capstone Presentations

Claremont Graduate University’s Center for Business and Management of the Arts presents the Arts Management Capstone Presentations for the Class of Fall 2019. For the culminating project of the program, the Arts Management students work as consultants with local and regional cultural institutions to analyze the institution and report on their findings and recommendations.

Join us anytime throughout the evening. Reception to follow presentations.


Schedule as follows:

4:00                        WELCOME

4:15 – 5                  SYSTEMS + METHODS

Lauren Miyamoto, “Double-Edged Data: Accountability and Access in the Arts”
Michelle Chavez, “Expanding Boundaries in Collection Care Through Faith-Based Organizations”
Ruoyu Li, “Stop Killing Archives: A Rescue Manifesto”

5:00 – 5:45            GLOCAL DIMENSIONS

Pilar Von Hummel, “Residencies: Creating a World Connected by Art”
Yu Cai, “The Power of Expression: A Cross Cultural Study of Healing Through the Arts”
Cobi Krieger, “ForYourArt: Where Los Angeles and Frieze Week Meet

5:45 – 6:30            RECENTERING 

Ikia Fletcher, “Men in Black: (Re)imagining Cultural Arts & Leadership”
Tripp Pettigrew, “Hear Me Out: Small Theater Success”
Katrina Sullivan, “The Artist’s Role in Access to the Arts”
Gracelyn Sweeney, “Performing Arts Conservatories: Inclusive Programming in Historically Exclusive Places”

6:30 – 7:15            RELATIONSHIPS + COMMITMENTS

Hilary Symington: “Keeping it Weird: Fundraising for Ballet Austin”
Joaquin Guzman-Velez: “Radical Environmental Activism in the Art of Carolina Caycedo”
Vivo: “Taking Music to the Streets: Creating Relationships for Homelessness and Incarcerated”

 7:15                       RECEPTION