Arts management students are presented with opportunities that sharpen their artistic skill and deepen their understanding of art, theatre or music, while also developing a working understanding of business.
The arts management program is an is an interdisciplinary format that includes visual art and design along with business and communication courses. From day one, arts management students are immersed in the program and are a part of the leadership and day-to-day operations of the BVU Art Gallery. Many exhibition opportunities exist on and off campus for students, including two large gallery spaces housed in the University’s art department. The program prepares graduates for positions within galleries, museums, and other arts-related organizations.
Students who graduate with this major can pursue careers as a:
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, museum curators earned a median wage of $46,710 in 2015. Job growth is expected to be 7 percent between 2014-2024.
Many arts management majors are members of BVU’s student-run Art Club, where they often host art shows that feature their own works.
Arts management students at BVU have 24-hour access to state-of-the-art studio spaces with top-notch equipment, tools, and technology.