Arts and culture in all their forms arouse your curiosity. Talent and expertise is needed to introduce societies to art.
Creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and a global vision are vital to a flourishing arts and culture sector. These characteristics typify not only artists; they are also increasingly important for those who are involved with arts and culture behind the scenes. At Erasmus University, you are trained to envision new possibilities and establish new models for the organization of arts and culture using cutting-edge insights on policy, marketing, audiences and education. Your thorough knowledge of the international world of the arts and culture sector provides an excellent gateway to positions such as policymaker, marketing and PR for arts or programmer at cultural institutions. Master in Arts and Culture studies offers the following specialisations: * Arts, Culture and Society * Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship
Accredited by: NVAO in: Netherlands
This programme has a workload of 60 ECTS.
Arts, Culture and Society:
Which parties play a role in realising the cultural range? What interests play a role here, and how does art hold its head up in the world?
Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship:
Uncover the business of culture: get the art facts. How to tell the worth of an oeuvre? Who decides? How do cultural entrepreneurs operate in the culture market? It's all about cultural economics.
This programme is the right choice for you if you have a passion for art and culture and want to work behind the scenes in the cultural sector and possibly have a leading role in an organisation. During the Master's, you will build a thorough theoretical foundation in the fields of arts and culture studies, which will help you to understand art and culture on many different levels. After graduation, you can use your expertise to strengthen the cultural industry – whether this is as an educator, researcher, communication's specialist, creative director or more.
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