Technology in the Arts, a research initiative of the Master of Arts Management program at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, provides the arts community with resources to better understand and benefit from the intersection of arts and technology in order to make more informed management decisions in an increasingly technological society.
Technology in the Arts shall:
- Provide a forum for discussion at the intersection of arts and technology through blog posts, webinars, lectures, podcasts and social media
- Present cutting-edge research on current trends and advances in the use of technology in the arts
- Explore the role of technology in the artistic process
- Be a leading resource for the arts and technology communities
- Share best practices in the field
Master of Arts Management at CMU
The Master of Arts Management (MAM) program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College is designed to create innovative leaders in the visual and performing arts. The program combines rigorous finance, marketing and fundraising coursework with practical experience to prepare you to excel in a public, private or nonprofit arts environment.
Heinz College’s MAM program provides what other arts administration master’s degrees cannot — the solid foundation of quantitative management principles for which CMU is known globally. Students leave the University with the arts management and administration tools necessary to solve some of the most pressing economic and operational challenges currently facing arts organizations in the U.S. and internationally.