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Artists of Springfield and Indian Orchard - Be Counted!

Friday, April 13, 2018

Are you an artist who works or lives in Springfield or Indian Orchard? Whether you make art full-time, part-time, or sometimes, the Arts Extension Service, Art for the Soul Gallery, and the Springfield Central Cultural District (SCCD) are asking you to "Be Counted" with this simple one-minute survey!

San Francisco Arts Commission - Two Blocks of Art

'Cultural Equity in the Arts' online course offered Fall 2018!

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Our popular online Cultural Equity in the Arts course will be offered again in Fall 2018! Available for credit or non-credit, this course will provide emerging, mid-career, and advanced arts leaders with awareness and competency in cultural equity issues, as well as tools to cultivate cultural equity in their organizations and communities. Cultural Equity in the Arts can be taken “a la carte,” or as part of our degree and certificate programs, including AES’s advanced Leadership Certificate in Arts Management.

Anthony Guerrero

Open to All: Anthony Guerrero and Red Tape Theatre

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Chicago is home to plenty of art - the Cloud Gate (which looks like a bean and nothing like a cloud), architectural marvels, and food so good it could be art (two words for you: deep dish). It’s also home to a diverse, thriving theatre scene that includes not only large, renowned theatres like Steppenwolf and the Goodman, but smaller theatres that specialize in bringing diverse works to audiences.

Dee and Todd

Big News for Todd Trebour, AES Program Coordinator!

Monday, March 19, 2018

One of the pleasures of working at the Arts Extension Service is to support our staff, faculty and students in their careers and growth. In that spirit, we are happy to share the news that Todd Trebour, our extraordinary Program Coordinator and instructor, has accepted the position of Grants to Organizations Program Director at RISCA, the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.

Lisa Campbell

Building a Career in the Arts: Lisa Campbell’s Fascinating Journey

Thursday, March 8, 2018

by Jonah Dratfield

People tend to have a narrow concept of what it means to be an artist. They see dancers as people who dance, actors as people who act and singers as people who sing. To many people, if an artist is successful, it is primarily because they practiced hard and mastered their art form. But, in truth, a successful career as an artist generally requires a whole host of skills outside the practice of one’s art. These include an understanding of how to market one’s self, how to fundraise for a project, and how to manage finances. Actor, arts manager and AES graduate Lisa Campbell has a career that exemplifies this truth.

Women for UMass Amherst

AES announces Women in Arts Leadership Symposium, October 27, 2018

Thursday, March 8, 2018

AES Is excited to announce the upcoming Women in Arts Leadership Symposium: Connecting, Empowering, and Changing the Culture on October 27, 2018 at the South College Building on the UMass Amherst campus. The Women in Arts Leadership Symposium  is possible thanks to a grant from the Women for UMass Amherst Fund.