Laura Adlers, M.M., Editor
Laura Adlers completed her Master of Management in International Arts Management (M.M.) in 2015, through studies at HEC Montréal, Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Universidad de los Andes in Bogotà, and SDA Bocconi in Milan. She is the Editor of the MMIAM blog, a new initiative designed to share stories about the MMIAM program and the field of international arts.
Laura has over 20 years of experience in the private, not-for-profit and public sectors in Canada, the United States and internationally, with specialization working in the cultural sector. Recognized for her leadership skills, she has worked primarily with performing artists and arts organizations, both in Canada and abroad, and is known in particular for her work with Canadian and international choirs. Her wide range of experience has focused on small to mid-sized not-for-profit arts organizations, and has included program development, marketing and public relations, project management, fundraising, and stakeholder and community engagement.
More recently, she has been focused on international projects and is actively researching and advocating for issues concerning the training and retention of culture managers both in Canada and abroad. In addition, she is developing seminars and learning tools for artists and arts organizations to teach them about all aspects of culture management and help them reach their full professional and organizational potential.
When she is not managing the business of the arts, Laura works as a writer, editor, Latvian – English translator and is a member of the Latvian Literature Association in Riga. For more information, visit www.lauraadlers.com
François Colbert is Professor of Marketing and holder of the Carmelle and Rémi Marcoux Chair in Arts Management at HEC Montréal. In addition to his duties as supervisor of the master’s program in International Arts Management (MMIAM), he is founding Editor and Executive Director of the International Journal of Arts Management (IJAM), published by the Chair in Arts Management.
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James Hart is an award-winning director of arts entrepreneurship and professor of practice at Meadows School of the Arts, where he serves as interim chair for the Division of Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship. Hart currently administers two AMAE Masters programs (M.A./M.B.A. and M.M. in International Arts Management), two undergraduate minors (Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship), and the Meadows Artist Bridge.
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Alex Turrini is SDA Professor of Public and Nonprofit Management. Since January 2017, he is Public Management and Policy Faculty Deputy at SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is tenured Associate Professor in the same fields at Bocconi University.
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