Come learn about Seattle U's MFA in Arts Leadership Program! You will hear where many of our alumni have gone on to work after earning their degree from this program, as well as what you'll be studying in your two years in the program, particularly with regard to the graduate management practicum experience. You'll also have an opportunity to ask questions of the program director, Kevin Maifeld.
Through applied research methods, each project is a culmination of a student’s inquiry into an arts field of practice. This includes projects rooted in cultural equity, creative placemaking, teaching artist pedagogy, audience and field analysis, strategic business plans, resistance activism, youth engagement and education, community storytelling and journalism, digital design and influence, and formation of new artistic works and spaces. This event is free and open to the public.
The MFA Class of 2019 and faculty at graduation on June 16, 2019.
The Arts Leadership community hosted the second annual book club series, supported by the Center for Jesuit Education Jesuit Endowed Mission Fund. The series provided space to dive deeper into one's process and positionality as an intersectional art leader. Learn more about the Arts Leadership book club by visiting the Lemieux Library Arts Leadership Book Club Library Guide. The 2020-21 theme was "Anti-Racist and Decolonial Arts in Seattle. "
Spring Quarter 2021
Emerald Street: A History of Hip Hop in Seattle by Daudi Abe with a forward by Sir Mix-A-Lot
Thursday, May 13, from 12-1:00pm PST: Come be part of a discussion on hip hop, community, and Seattle history with author, Dr. Daudi Abe. Curated Q&A with Community Advocate Ashley Marshal (MFA 21) and moderated by Arts Leadership Professor, Roxy Hornbeck. (more details & RSVP here).
Friday, May 14, from 12 - 1:30pm PST: Join us for an interactive roundtable with leading voices in Seattle music -- Daniel Pak, Julie-C, and Shannon Welles. Come ready to listen to music and talk about music as a space for resistance and liberation. (more details & RSVP here). Moderated by Arts Leadership Professor, Roxy Hornbeck.
Thursday, October 6 at 4:30 PM