From students engaged in real-world and innovative learning opportunities to faculty and staff delivering current and relevant cohesive curriculum and classes, our collection of news and stories brings you the latest from the Bolz Center for Arts Administration.

 

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COVID-Curveball

May 12, 2020

Graduating from business school amidst a pandemic is certainly not how I imagined the conclusion of my graduate school education. Watching my virtual MBA commencement on the couch with my family in my pajamas was …

Data Analytics in Arts Organizations

February 3, 2020

As my last semester at the Wisconsin School of Business MBA program gets underway, I want to take a moment to reflect on how much I have expanded my knowledge of the nonprofit sector and, …

A Note of Gratitude

November 25, 2019

As winter break draws near and the last semester of my Wisconsin MBA fast approaches, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on my Bolz experience. Especially now, as we head into the week …

Fostering the Arts in Red Wing Minnesota: My Summer at the Sheldon Theatre

August 2, 2019

What comes to mind when you think of Red Wing, Minnesota? How about the home of the world’s largest boot! Yes, Red Wing is home to the #worldslargestboot, but it is also home to the …

My Summer at the Smithsonian

July 15, 2019

As my first year in the Bolz Center for Arts Administration came to a close, I was facing the exciting undertaking of interning at the Smithsonian Institution, the biggest cultural and research institution in the …

Oh, How the Wheel Turns…

June 13, 2019

I posted my first blog as a Bolzie nine months ago, in September 2018. In it, I spoke about my transition from Colorado to Wisconsin to begin my graduate degree and shared my experience working …

An MBA for the Community

June 5, 2019

If you aren’t in the arts and you ask me about the Wisconsin MBA in Arts Administration, I would tell you that leaders of arts organizations need to be able to “hold their own” in …

It Takes a Village

April 22, 2019

With less than a month until graduation, I’ve been reflecting on what the Wisconsin MBA experience has meant to me. A full-time MBA program is an intensive process for any candidate, but the past two …

A Quantitative and Qualitative Look at Arts Administration

January 28, 2019

Last week I heard from one of my Bolz classmates that she is taking a spring course in the Department of Sociology. The class is about the qualitative decision-making process for community engagement, by leveraging …

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