"I can point to my studio art classes at Marywood University as the best experiences of my undergraduate career. The fostering of trust, independence, and camaraderie between the professors and students at Marywood prepared me for further artistic pursuits and a professional degree."
(MFA Historic Preservation, Savannah College of Art and Design)
Marywood's arts administration program provides a foundation in both art and business. It includes courses in business and global innovation, art history, and art foundation, as well as practical experience in curating and historic preservation in museums and galleries.
Download the course sequence sheet for a breakdown of classes each semester.
The Maslow Collection
As an arts administration major, you will gain hands-on experience in curatorial practices and exhibition studies by working with the Maslow Collection, conveniently housed at Marywood.
The Maslow Collection features prints by the most recognized contemporary American artists of the 60s and 70s, as well as works by emerging painters and sculptors who exhibited in New York art galleries during the 80s and 90s.
By working directly with the collection's curator, you'll have the opportunity to curate an exhibition in the Maslow Study Gallery for Contemporary Art. Our Maslow Collection Library and Curatorial Research Library are excellent resources for researching the artists in the Maslow Collection and curatorial practices since the 1960s.
Arts administration majors are required to complete three different internships, tailored to their specific interests and career focus, at sites like:
- Everhart Museum
- Anthracite Heritage Museum
- Scranton Cultural Center
- Wayne County Historical Society (Honesdale, PA)
- Allentown Art Museum (Allentown, PA)
- Lycoming County Historical Society (Williamsport, PA)
- Mashantucket Pequot Research & Development Center (Mashantucket, CT)
- Sotheby's in New York
For more information on our arts adminstration program, contact Sandy Povse at email@example.com.