NAMPRADIO EPISODE 3: "THE ARTS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE”
In this episode, the panelists (Ron Evans, Matt Campbell, Maris Smith and guest panelist Andrew Taylor) talk about the advantages and disadvantages to getting a graduate degree in arts administration on the path to a career in the arts.
Guest panelist: Andrew Taylor, Director of the Bolz Center for Arts Administration in the Wisconsin School of Business.
From the Mailbag
No mailbag questions this month -- have a question? Please send it to email@example.com.
- Ron recommends: Pidgin Universal Chat Client as a way to connect to multiple instant messaging client, which allows you to talk with your friends or co-workers online, no matter what chat service they use (such as AOL Instant Messenger, MSN, ICQ, etc.). It's an incredibly handy way to communicate with your team in a way that is faster than email and great for sending links around.
- Matt recommends: Mediapost.com -- an online publishing company that caters to the media, and has “a whole constellation of blogs and e-newsletters that you can subscribe to.” They have a lot of great advice from industry leaders, and drill down into specific areas of marketing that Matt really digs.
- Maris recommends: Mashable.com -- a website with lots of daily content devoted to news and understanding of social media. Ron agrees!
- Andrew recommends: An IRS site called StayExempt.org, which allows you keep track of all of the rules and recommendations for maintaining your nonprofit status, is a fun and easy way. Andrew also recommends the Association of Arts Administration Educators at artsadministration.org, which is a site that allows you to research different arts administration degrees around the country.
Outro music: “The Rocky Road to Dublin” featuring the band Blaggards, out of Houston, TX. Find out more about this band via their page at the Podsafe Music Network.
And that’s the episode! Please rate the show on iTunes or your favorite podcast aggregator, and don’t forget to email your questions/comments and listener mail submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org