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            What is Arts Administration?

            Arts Administration has many different names and an ever-evolving definition. Common keywords associated with arts administration are arts management, arts leadership, cultural management, cultural policy, entertainment, entrepreneurship, and the creative industries.

            Arts administration is a viable career path in many parts of the world, including most of North American, Asia, Europe and South America. The business models of the cultural organizations that arts administrators work within vary greatly across countries. In the United States, arts and cultural organizations, such as galleries, museums, theatres and orchestras, can be established as for-profit or non-profit entities, or a hybrid of the two. For-profit organizations are created to generate a profit, and non-profit organizations are mission-driven entities created to serve the public good. The revenue generated by non-profit organizations goes directly back into the organization for programs and services to drive the mission. Non-profits do not have owners and are governed by a board of directors. Some organizations, such as social enterprises (organizations raising money for important causes), may have hybrid business models.

            According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS), there are more than 1.56 million nonprofit organizations registered in the United States, including public charities, private foundations, and other nonprofit organizations, an increase of 10,4 percent from 2005.

            Arts Administration Employers

            Artist Residencies
            Arts Councils
            Arts Education Centers
            Branding/PR Companies
            Creative Business Incubators
            Cultural Ministries
            Dance Companies
            Festivals
            Film Studios
            Foundations
            Galleries
            Municipalities
            Museums
            Music Labels
            Opera Companies
            Orchestras
            Presenters
            Research/Analytic Firms
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            Theatre Companies
            Television Networks
            Think Tanks
            And More!

            Career Options within Arts & Culture Organizations

            Advertising
            Advocacy & Cultural Policy
            Community Arts
            Consulting
            Development/Fundraising
            Education & Community Engagement
            Film & Television
            Finance
            Management & Leadership
            Marketing/Communications
            Music/Events
            Operations
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            Programs/Program Development
            Research/Analysis
            Technology Management

             

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