The aim of the program is to train museum and art gallery managers, curators, exhibition managers, festival / biennial managers. The program includes cooperation with museums, non-profit galleries and art institutions, and professional and voluntary work in regional art programs, public art projects and art festivals / biennials. The Master of Arts in Art Management program focuses on developing strategies and managerial skills to increase the value and reliability of organizations.
Has an interdisciplinary perspective in the fields of Art Management and art, and has knowledge of concepts and terms.
Movement, artists, styles, materials used in the fields of Visual Arts and Performing Arts; Has information about the subject and technical features.
Evaluates new formations for art production and structures them culturally and economically.
Students have advanced knowledge of art, culture and aesthetics specific to the field.
Aware of teamwork, it plans the stages of artistic work by convincing professionals in the required positions.
Students learn about the art policies of developed countries that have a leading role in the art sector.
Has the necessary and valid legal knowledge in the field.
It has the equipment to create projects at national and international level and to form a team for this.
Students learn about the sponsorships, donations, copyrights and sales revenues needed to realize cultural and art projects.
Knows about the actors of the arts and culture sectors and recognizes the duties and problems of those working in arts institutions.
Has a basic knowledge of business administration and can associate it with art management.
Has information about the audience profile that follows and visits art institutions and events and uses and develops marketing and public relations methods to increase this number.
Has knowledge in terms of research methods, documentation and archiving.
To have a bachelor's degree from an institution with national and international equivalence. YÖKDİL, YDS, E YDS 'exams are valid for five years. The TOEFL IBT exam is valid for two years. ALES score is not required.
The aim of the program is to prepare museum and art gallery managers, curators, and exhibition managers, festival/biennial managers.
The program emphasizes on curatorial knowledge and skill, knowledge of gallery, museum management, dance, and theatre presentation as well as a theoretical understanding of contemporary art and art criticism. Students experience an exhibition management process under the supervision of the academic staff.
The program covers a range of professional and volunteer art management activities, including participation with museums; profit and nonprofit galleries and art institutions; regional arts programs; civic arts programs; and art festival/biennial development/management.