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Annual Art Auction Fundraiser

SAVE THE DATE…for the Annual Art Auction Fundraiser: Friday, February 25th 2011

This year the auction will take place in the Bossone Lobby and Atrium and the AAGA will host the first ever Alumni Preview at 6pm! Doors open at 7pm to the public. Admission is $15/ $10 with current Drexel ID and includes refreshments, hors 'd oeuvres, entertainment and a bidding number. Proceeds benefit Arts Administration Graduate Students to participate in Americans for the Arts National Arts Advocacy Day 2011. For more information or to make a donation, please contact aaga@drexel.edu.

Arts Advocacy Day

Every year in March the AAGA sends graduate students to Washington, DC to participate in Arts Advocacy Day. This national arts action summit is organized by Americans for the Arts in order to bring together individuals involved in cultural and civic organizations and grassroots advocacy for the arts. Drexel Arts Administration students engage in unique opportunities to network on a national level and spend time meeting with their local legislators on Capital Hill. The AAGA is able to offer this experience to our graduate students because of the Annual Art Auction. The Drexel Arts Administration Graduate Program is one of the highest participating programs in Arts Advocacy Day.

Speaker Series 2009

Log onto our website for upcoming information on Speaker Series 2009

AAGA Holds Event to Welcome the First Class of Online AADM Students with Gary Steuer, Special Guest

AAGA with Gary Steuer

The AAGA would like to give a special thanks to all of you for attending the celebration and welcome event for the VERY FIRST online Arts Administration graduate student body. Thoughout the evening online and on-campus Arts Administration graduate students met, mingled, and forged new friendships with each other and were given the opportunity to speak with AADM faculty and staff as well. Our special guest, Culture Czar Gary Steuer, delivered a speech that answered a lot of questions on the minds of up-and-coming arts administrators. The student body was active in prompting further discussions with Mr. Steuer in regards to his achievements and goals in developing communities that appreciate and depend on artists and arts organizations in order to thrive. This evening was truly wonderful and we have all of you to thank for that!

Opportunities:

  • Art Auction
  • Speaker Event
  • OATS
  • Social Gatherings