Videos about the MMIAM

In this video, produced by two students from the Master of Management in International Arts Management program’s second cohort, students review their year in the program and reflect on their experience. Produced by John Wells and Derek Stevenson; Video Editing and Music Composition by John Wells.
See and hear part of the Master of Management in International Arts Management program’s second cohort perspectives on their visit to Bogotá, Colombia in 2015.
Hear the first cohort’s reflections on their experience in the Master of Management in International Arts Management program during the closing ceremony and reception in Milan, Italy.
This video shows part of the experience lived by the students of the first cohort of the MMIAM program during their visit to Bogotá, Colombia in 2014. A small insight on new perspectives gained by our students related to social value of the arts in developing countries.
François Colbert, Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Master of Management in International Arts Management at HEC Montréal discusses the differences between a traditional arts management education and the MMIAM program.
François Colbert, Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Master of Management in International Arts Management at HEC Montréal shares his perspectives on why the MMIAM program is one of the best programs in international arts management.
François Colbert, Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Master of Management in International Arts Management at HEC Montréal explains the value of the partnerships and expanded network of the MMIAM program.
Zannie Voss, Professor and Chair, Division of Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship at SMU, talks about the Master of Management in International Arts Management.
François Colbert, Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Master of Management in International Arts Management at HEC Montréal talks about the reasons for the international focus of the program.
Susan Bruning, Assistant Professor of Arts and Law at SMU Meadows School of the Arts, talks about the course that she will teach, International Law and the Arts, in the Master of Management in International Arts Management.
Johanne Brunet, Professor of Marketing at HEC Montreal, talks about the course that she will teach, International Marketing of the Cultural Industries, in the Master of Management in International Arts Management.

Videos of members of the program’s International Advisory Committee

On the Leadership Nouveau’s website, you will find videos of most of the presentations that have been made during this annual two-day conference. It is well worth to take a look as conference speakers were asked to share their visions of how artistic institutions will change over the next decade.

In 2013, three members of the Master of Management in International Arts Management’s International Advisory Committee were interviewed as part of the conference. Here is what they had to say.

  • Director of the Dallas Museum of Art, Maxwell L. Anderson describes modern challenges facing museums today, and why a large cultural shift influenced his organization’s decision to go free to the public.
  • Glenn D. Lowry became the sixth director of The Museum of Modern Art in 1995. He leads a staff of 760 people and directs an active program of exhibitions, acquisitions, and publications.
  • Alain Dancyger, with his expertise in marketing, funding, and arts management, continues to support and enhance the strategic vision of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal and to develop the arts field.