The MMIAM Journey

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

Brittany at work at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Welcome to the MMIAM Journey

Letter from the Editor

My name is Brittany Johnson. I’m an Interpretation Specialist and Diversity and Inclusion Chair at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Momentary. I’ll be taking over the MMIAM Journey this year from MMIAM alum John Tenny. John’s done a great job as managing editor! Many thanks for all his great work! As I …

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Returning Home, But Not to Business As Usual

An Interview with Tania Castroverde Moskalenko

Tania Castroverde Moskalenko joined Miami City Ballet (MCB) as Executive Director in August 2018, bringing more than 20 years of experience to the organization. Prior to MCB, Castroverde Moskalenko served as the CEO of Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre. In 2017, she was named ‘Chicagoan of the Year for Dance’ by the Chicago Tribune. Prior, she was …

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Creating opportunities for yourself

Putting professional experience and the MMIAM degree to work in Montréal

Agnese Cazzavillan describes herself as a city dweller who loves discovering public art, architecture, and gardens; her background is in international sales and communications. She joined the MMIAM in the hopes of applying these skills to the arts industry in Montréal, where she currently resides. Agnese is the Marketing and Administration Manager for ESPACE art …

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Stability and Compatibility in the Receptivity of US Arts and Culture Organizations to Corporate Support (Abridged)

Nonprofit organizations are exploring innovative ways to replace revenue as government funding shrinks and competition for private funding intensifies (Seitanidi and Ryan, 2007). The literature examines the variety of sources of nonprofit revenue, from earned sources to contributed sources (Chang and Tuckman, 1994; Krawczyk et al. 2017). Among the four primary sources of contributed revenue …

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