Janklow Arts Leadership Program to award professional development opportunity
Program partnering with Webb Management Services, a leader in planning and operation of live performance spaces. In collaboration with Webb Management Services, a leading provider of development, planning, and consulting services for arts organizations and facilities, the Janklow Arts Leadership Program in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences will award an unique professional development opportunity to one or more students planning to pursue a career in arts leadership.
Life After Janklow
Joining the Redhouse staff as Business Manager is Caitlin Moriarty (left), a Madison, NJ native, and is a member of the Janklow Program inaugural class. Caitlin holds a bachelor's of music degree in music industry from the Setnor School of Music at Syracuse University, and like Rachel, a master’s degree from the Janklow Arts Leadership Program. She most recently spent time this summer in the marketing department of Carnegie Hall in Manhattan
Rachel Boucher (center) has joined the staff of the Redhouse as Marketing Director after a summer internship with the New York City Center in Manhattan. She is a member of the inaugural class of the Janklow Arts Leadership Masters Program at Syracuse University, and also holds a bachelor’s of music degree in vocal performance from the Setnor School of Music at Syracuse University.
Taylor Freitas (right) has been named Assistant Director of Institutional Giving at the Rochester Philharmonic where he will be responsible for managing the RPO’s portfolio of government contracts and foundation grants as well as working with the Director of Institution Giving in corporate, foundation and government fundraising activities. Taylor is a Rochester native and graduated this past spring with a Master's Degree from Syracuse University, where he was a member of the inaugural class of the Janklow Arts Leadership Program. He received his B.M. in Trumpet Performance and Music History in 2012 from Syracuse University.
Salon Series presents:
This week Kelley Lindquist, Pres of Artspace, and Wendy Holmes, VP for Strategy and Consulting, presented at the Salon Series which is jointly sponsored by the Janklow Program and the Connective Corridor. Artspace is one of the nation's most influential arts organizations. As a major developer of live/work space for artists they have helped to build communities around the arts in nearly every state. http://www.artspace.org/.
When we speak of the arts being central to our lives and when we talk about the arts improving the quality of life in the community, it is not necessarily synonymous with simply bringing more people to our events. If the arts are to assume a leadership role in the community, they must be willing to directly address and become involved in the larger civic agenda. To that end, working with the Connective Corridor, the Janklow Program brings together community leaders and cultural leaders to discuss issues central to the civic agenda and to do so from the perspective of arts and culture and the role the arts play in advancing that agenda. This Salon brought together cultural leaders, city planners, developers, bankers, and others concerned with the real estate process to discuss the role of the arts in building community and the methods by which Artspace has made this concept work in more than 30 projects nation-wide.
See more on the Janklow Program Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/JanklowArtsLeadershipProgram and the Connective Corridor Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Connective-Corridor/87328051082
Cultural Tourism Roundtable in NYC
On May 23, the Janklow Arts Leadership Program, in partnership with the Syracuse Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) and Cultural Tourism Advisors (CTA), convened a cultural tourism roundtable in New York City. Representatives from U.S. and Canadian arts organizations, government agencies, and the visitor industry explored the increasingly important role of arts and culture in tourism. This sector is one of the most important interfaces between the arts and the larger community agenda and rarely do we have the opportunity to bring together a group representing many of the facets of this sector to look at the larger issues and strategies.
Roundtable Participants included:
• Mark Nerenhausen, Janklow Arts Leadership Program, Syracuse University
• David Holder, Syracuse Visitors & Convention Bureau
• Teri Gorman, Cultural Tourism Advisors, Maui, Hawaii
• Catherine Carter, Cultural Tourism Advisors, Palo Alto, Calif.
• Janice Price, Luminato Festival, Toronto, Ontario (Canada)
• Deborah Margol, Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs, Miami
• Pam Breaux, Assistant secretary for State Cultural Development, Baton Rouge, La.
• Derek Kwan, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York
• Steven Libman, The Libman Group, Carmel, Ind.
• Caroline Werth, Downtown Development Authority, Palm Beach, Fla.
• Michelle Isabelle-Stark, Suffolk County Office of Film & Cultural Affairs, N.Y.
Janklow Arts Leadership students participated in the roundtable, served as reporters on the session and produced a final report and reading list. Click here to view report.
We are already looking forward to next year’s roundtable.
SU Janklow Program provides coast-to-coast internships
From New York City Center to Seattle Art Museum, students are spending the summer plying their trade.
The Janklow Arts Leadership Program in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences has placed two more interns. They areRachel Boucher ‘12, G’13, who is interning this summer with theNew York City Center, and Noël O.C. Frodelius ’12, G’14, with theSeattle Art Museum (SAM). Boucher and Frodelius—residents of Simsbury, Conn., and Syracuse, N.Y., respectively—are members of the program’s inaugural cohort.
We are extremely proud of Rachel and Noël, whose internships mark the culmination of their arts leadership training at SU,” says Mark Nerenhausen, professor of practice and founding director of the Janklow Program. “Their energy, enthusiasm, and expertise serve their respective organizations well, while making themselves more competitive in today’s global job market.”
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Janklow student to intern at Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra
This summer will be a homecoming of sorts for Janklow student Taylor Freitas ’12, G’13, who is returning to his native Rochester, N.Y., for an internship with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra(RPO).
Freitas will intern in the RPO’s Development Department, where he will report to Vice President Kyle J. Polite. In this capacity, Freitas will support day-to-day fundraising activities that include database management and cleanup; gift processing and acknowledgements; donor mailings; and donor engagement events, such as the RPO’s 90th Anniversary Celebration on July 13, 2013. Also, he will attend departmental and committee meetings and will provide general administrative assistance.
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Janklow student lands summer internship at Metropolitan Museum of Art
Renee Storiale '09, G'13 (left) has been admitted to The Metropolitan Museum of Art's summer internsip program. She will be based in the Gallery and Studio Programs' Education Department, where she will research, plan, promote, and evaluate gallery-based programs for adults.
“We are very pleased to be welcoming Renee into the formal summer internship program,” says Monica Mariño, assistant museum educator. “We received over 800 applications, and she was among the 43 individuals selected to participate. Renee will be placed in a host department where she will work closely with supervisors on special and ongoing projects.”
Storiale is pursuing master's degrees in both arts leadership and museum studies. She is also director of audience services at Syracuse Stage and curator of the modern art website Art Yearly.
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Dallas Black Dance Theater director to discuss public role of the arts March 18
The leader of one of the nation’s most successful modern dance companies is visiting Central New York. Zenetta Drew (left), executive director of the Dallas Black Dance Theatre (DBDT) in Texas, will discuss public engagement in the arts on Monday, March 18, at 7 p.m. at The Panasci Family Chapel at Le Moyne College (1419 Salt Springs Rd., Syracuse). The event, which includes a Q&A session, is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Christine Conroy at 315-443-0367 or email@example.com.
Drew’s lecture is a joint presentation of the Janklow Arts Leadership Program in Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Arts Administration Program at Le Moyne.
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How do you get to Carnegie Hall? ... Practice (or do an internship).
The Janklow Arts Leadership Program has placed its first student intern.Caitlin Moriarty '12, G'13 (left), a member of the program's inaugural cohort, will intern this summer in Carnegie Hall’s marketing and creative services department. She will report to Marketing Manager Michael Naess, who will teach her how to attract and retain existing subscribers, as well as cultivate younger potential subscribers.
“I hope to network and shadow in a variety of other areas to gain a holistic perspective of such a successful organization,” says Moriarty, who, as an undergraduate, interned at Jazz at Lincoln Center. “Being pragmatic, I hope this internship will turn into full-time employment at Carnegie Hall or somewhere else in New York City.”
“We’re extremely proud of Caitlin,” says Mark Nerenhausen, professor of practice and founding director of the Janklow Program. “As an ambassador of The College, she will put her training to work, acquiring real-world experience in arts marketing and audience development. In turn, Caitlin will be a valuable addition to the Carnegie Hall team."
Caitlin Moriarty selected to participate in entreprenuership assembly
In the fall of 2012, Caitlin was chosen to work on a marketing campaign for on-campus entrepreneurship. As a result, she will participate in a two-day assembly in Syracuse titled "Revitalizing the Legacy Cities of Upstate New York," sponsored by the CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity, SU, the University of Buffalo's School of Architecture and Planning, and Columbia University's American Assembly. The event will focus on economic development strategies designed to meet the needs of older industrial areas seeking to find their place in the changing global economy.