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You are the artistic team’s guide. You help convey the artistic policies for the different programming lines; Performing Arts, Music, Books and City & Transition. You are Vooruit’s artistic voice, inspired by a constantly evolving world and an arts sector in motion and you have a contemporary vision of the future. You help shape a strong creative organization in which over 80 employees, numerous temporary employees, volunteers, artists, partners and visitors feel at home.
The Faculty of Arts is currently seeking an esteemed scholar to appoint as the Herald Chair of Fine Arts within the Art History and Art Curatorship discipline. The research and teaching program in Art History and Art Curatorship at Melbourne has led the discipline in Australia for over seventy years. Its alumni occupy positions as scholars in leading universities as well as in major collecting and exhibition institutions in Australia and internationally. In the Excellence of Research in Australia rankings, the research area of Art History within the University is ranked with the highest possible score of 5. The University's art historians carry out research across a range of fields including in modern and contemporary art, Medieval and Renaissance art, nineteenth century art, contemporary curatorship, and indigenous, colonial, modern and contemporary Australian art. The program currently delivers a Major within the Bachelor of Arts, offers a Master of Arts Curatorship, as well as collaborating with cognate Masters degrees in Arts and Cultural Management, and in Cultural Materials Conservation.
Arts Management is a dynamic and interdisciplinary program with an international perspective and a strong interest in energizing academic inquiry in the field. The Graduate Program is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences and is partnered by the UB Schools of Law and Management. The program aims to create effective arts managers and researchers who can draw from a thorough and critical understanding of the subject. The two-year program is designed to increase students’ ability to identify and solve complex, interdisciplinary problems and investigate tensions inherent in arts management and cultural policy making. The program serves a diverse and international student body. The University at Buffalo is a member of AAU and a Research 1 institution. more >