Arts and cultural management
Learn how to help cultural institutions such as festivals, galleries and theatres build important relationships with their audiences. Using marketing and financial skills – and your passion for the arts – you’ll help bring important funding to the table.
Deakin staff offer innovative and engaging teaching, that draws on actual industries and workplaces.
Lecturer, Arts and Cultural Management
Strong links to industry
Our arts and cultural management program boasts strong industry links through an active advisory board with wide representation. You'll gain access to many exciting opportunities, including internships and mentorships with leading arts industry figures.
Arts and cultural management courses
Study with Deakin and we'll help you transform your passion into a successful and rewarding career
Research with us
If you're ready to specialise in the arts management field, a higher degree by research could be for you. Research often leads to an academic career, but you'll find it's highly useful in any workplace. By doing research within our Department of Management, you can take on anything from branding and retailing through to innovations and entrepreneurship.
Deakin Business School (DBS) is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Only five per cent of business programs worldwide are AACSB accredited and DBS is one of only three in Victoria .
We have a track record of producing graduates who go on to work in a variety of key organisations such as:
- Australian Ballet
- Melbourne Fringe Festival
- Museum Victoria
- National Gallery of Victoria
- Opera Australia.
Many of our past students from this course have gone on to work in high-profile organisations including:
- arts and cultural departments
- art galleries
- arts marketing
- ballet, theatre and opera companies
- event and festival management
- local government
- multimedia and publishing
What do our students and staff say?
Catherine French on arts management at Deakin
Catherine French, Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Polyglot Theatre, talks about Deakin's arts management course and the role it played in contributing to her career progression.
Arts and cultural management at Deakin
Associate Professor Hilary Glow, Director of the Arts Management Program discusses the benefits of studying Arts Management at Deakin University.
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