The MMIAM Journey

A blog about the Master of Management
in International Arts Management program

Michael S. Rosenberg's Headshot.

Taking a Look at COVID-19’s Impact on Theatre

An Interview with Michael S. Rosenberg

Michael S. Rosenberg is the Managing Director of McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, New Jersey. He has previously worked at La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego and was a co-founder and Executive Director of the New York theatre collective, Drama Dept. Michael is one of the newest members of MMIAM’s International Advisory Board. What is …

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If You Can’t Find It, Create It

An Interview with Amanda Vojvodin-Dargenio

Amanda has a background in arts administration and graduated from the MMIAM in 2015. She is originally from Canada but has been living in Milan, Italy since 2015. She is currently the Marketing and Events Manager for Louisiane (Hermès Cuirs Précieux Group). Amanda also runs her own events company, La Vita è Events. What is …

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Expanding Possibilities for MMIAM Students and Graduates

Why is the MMIAM program offering a new course in Cultural Entrepreneurship? The skills entrepreneurship education offers help managers become highly valued employees. This is because entrepreneurs perceive problems and devise solutions to them. In doing so, they create opportunities. Opportunities realized generate value for the manager themselves, but principally for the company they work …

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An Arts Manager Abroad

An Interview with Alex Koutelias

Alexander Koutelias is a U.S. citizen from Sarasota, Florida that has been involved in the arts and culture from a young age. He worked at an art museum, a university foundation, an opera company, and an NGO in the Netherlands before joining MMIAM’s 7th cohort and graduating in August 2020. He chose MMIAM because of …

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