Preparing students for careers in the arts and entrepreneurial fields

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The Lawrence and Isabel Barnett Center for Integrated Arts and Enterprise educates and prepares students for successful careers in the arts and related entrepreneurial fields. The Center advances and increases students’ understandings of the business side of the arts and the worlds of arts management, policy, and culture by focusing on the entrepreneurial aspects of the arts.

Recent News

April 17
AAEP PhD student, Jim O’Donnell, received the College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Student Award for Teaching Excellence. This award is given to two individuals to recognize excellence in teaching…
January 28
The Barnett Center for Integrated Arts and Enterprise recently initiated their Alumni Mentorship Program, which aims to encourage genuine connections between alumni and students by providing…
October 18
The 2018 Barnett Symposium: Illuminating Creativity was held September 27-28, 2018. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy, the 25th…
August 23
It was the second year for The ARTrepreneur Workshop Series, which is a professional development program, led by industry professionals, for established and aspiring art‐based entrepreneurs looking…

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Vesta Daniel
Professor Emeritus, Arts Administration, Education and Policy