The interdisciplinary concentration in arts management is approachable by studio art, art history, music, theatre and dance majors or minors. The concentration combines artistic sensibilities with business acumen.
There’s more to showing off an artist’s work than just paint and canvas. That’s why students in Richard Waller’s museum studies seminar are planning a public exhibition from start to finish — they’re curating the artwork, developing the programming and marketing the event.
Teachers from Richmond-area schools gathered at the Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond to dance, make music, write poetry and create theatre. As participants in Partners in the Arts' sixteenth annual Summer Institute, they were exposed to some of the best thinking about arts integration: Using the arts to teach all subjects.
Richmond’s liberal arts environment allows Amanda Haviland, '10, to pursue both her strengths and her passions in her education.
Alex Kelso's radio show is just one of the ways that he connects his passion for music and the arts with his education at Richmond. Through the “Opening Nights: Arts Organizations in America” program for sophomores, Kelso has been exploring the arts field alongside his classmates.