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(5) 2-PAGE RESPONSE PAPERS TO THE FOLLOWING PROMPTS
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1. Future managers of the arts MUST be well-informed and prepared for change and the arts are in a challenging spot as they must respect the past while thinking towards the future. We have spent a good deal of time discussing technology and how it is reshaping the arts and our culture. Based on our in-class discussions and the attached article, do you think that technology is helping the arts or hinderiㅊng them when it comes to live events, festivals, and visiting galleries (art, museums, etc.)? Is technology advancing or ruining the idea of the “ritual” — a gathering of peoples having a shared experience. As technology and the arts continue to merge, what are some things, good and bad, that you can see happening in 10 years? 20?
2. GALLERY MANAGEMENT/ARTS IN EDUCATION (choose ONE of the two prompts below)
a. GALLERY MANAGEMENT • What are three core challenges of the nonprofit gallery in 2018? • Imagine that you have landed a position in a nonprofit gallery and it begins in one month. What skills would you want to improve? • What type of gallery do you see your own skills suited for?
b. ARTS IN EDUCATION • What presumptions (ideas generally believed to be true) about teachers and education do you carry with you as a result of your educational experience? What about artists and arts organizations? • What arts education programs, if any, were provided in your elementary and/or high school programming? Did you participate in any arts education programs outside of your school? • Do you feel as if there were not enough opportunities provided to you via arts in education?
3. IF TIME AND MONEY WERE NOT CONSIDERATIONS, WHERE WOULD THE IDEAL INTERNSHIP TAKE YOU?
4. Art, by its very nature, is subjective. The vast majority of the public has differing opinions on what art is or is not. For this two-page response paper, I want you to find an example of art (theatre, dance, visual art, film, etc) that was considered controversial (within the past 30 years, preferably) and discuss: Why it was controversial? Who found it controversial? What was the result? Did the performance/exhbition go on as planned? Did the artist bow to public or governmental pressure? Discuss if you agree or disagree with the decision made and, if YOU were the manager with the ultimate decision, what would you have done?