ART: Administration Courses Summer 1994 Florida

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The Florida State University Center for Arts Administration Announces:
1994 Summer School Short Courses in Arts Administration

May 4, 1994 to June 13, 1994

ARE 5930 Arts as Community Cultural Resource- A ten day seminar, in
Tallahassee, Florida, featuring as guest speakers, nationally prominent
professional in the areas of Cultural Heritage, Eco-tourism, and
Fundraising. (Two - Three hours graduate credit; Cost $125.00 plus $50.00
per credit hour)

May 26, 1994 to June 16, 1994

ARE 5665/ART 4928C/ART 5927C/MUS 3934 Managing Arts Organizations-
A three week summer course in Arts Management and international marketing
offered at the FSU Study Center in London, England. Costs for the three
weeks are $1,850.00 which includes housing with kitchen, tube pass, a three
day trip to Paris and other sites in England. In State Tuition for three
semesters hours of credit requires an additional payment of $50.50 per
credit hour for undergraduate credit or $102.50 per hour for graduate
credit.
*Students interested in Arts Administration internships with London
arts organizations may enroll for nine weeks and earn up to nine hours
graduate credit for only additional housing and tuition costs. For more
details, contact the Study Abroad Program at 1-800-374-8581.

Posted by the Center for Arts Administration
Florida State University
904-644-2158/904-644-5475

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