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Thursday, June 1 • 10:45am - 12:15pm
Ugh, A Group Project!

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Ugh! A Group Project!
Kevin Maifeld, Patrick Kelsey, Rachel Shane, Anne Frost

From the AAAE standards, “students need to understand concepts of leadership and group dynamics in order to understand how to adapt to the ever-changing environments in which they will work.” This panel discussion will address the concept of student collaboration and group dynamics in the arts administration classroom. It will begin with a presentation of AAAE-membership wide survey results reporting on how the membership is currently utilizing group work and the related pros and cons. Additionally, an analysis will be conducted to investigate how group work leads to achievement of project goals, as well as addressing the learning outcomes which appear in course syllabi. The panelists will highlight, more specifically, how their programs approach teaching collaboration in the face-to-face and online classroom. With these case studies, the panelists will offer a cross-section of the body of knowledge related to teaching collaboration. Lastly, the panel will conclude with a discussion of how we connect theory with practice in order to lead students to “understand planning as a people-intensive, collaborative learning process” and move from being able to “describe the collaboration” process to being actively engaged students in the learning process as is described in the AAAE Graduate Standards.

Speakers
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Anne Frost

Program Coordinator, Humber College Institute of Technology and Applied Learning
Anne Frost began her arts management career in the 1980s at Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray, Alberta. Moving to Toronto, she worked at the Toronto Theatre Alliance on the Dora Mavor Moore Awards, and at Jeunesses musicales as Ontario Executive Director. After earning her Maste... Read More →
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Patrick Kelsey

Professor, Business Design and Arts Leadership, Savannah College of Art and Design
Patrick A. Kelsey is a Professor of Business Design and Arts Leadership at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Joining the faculty in 2011, he currently teaches a full spectrum of graduate level courses, in the classroom or online, including accounting/finance, marketing, fundraising, and legal issues. He also serves as advisor to capstone projects and serves as graduate coordinator to all eLearning students. Patrick has also authored three eLearning online courses: Arts Financing and Money Management, Business Design and Arts Leadership M.A. Final Project, and an Accounting Competency workshop. Prior to SCAD, he worked as Managing Director and Development Director for Off... Read More →
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Kevin Maifeld

Professor & Director, Seattle University
Kevin Maifeld is the Founding Director and Professor of the Master of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Arts Leadership programs at Seattle University and a Senior Consultant with Arts Consulting Group. Kevin holds an MFA degree in Arts Management from the University of Alabama and a BS degree in Accounting from the University of Denver. He previously served as the Managing Director of the Seattle... Read More →
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Dr. Rachel Shane

Chair, Department of Arts Administration, University of Kentucky
Dr. Rachel Shane is the Department Chair and an Associate Professor of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. She teaches courses on marketing, financial management, fundraising, nonprofit management and legal issues in the arts in both the BA and MA programs. Dr... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 10:45am - 12:15pm
QMU Montgomery Room Queen Margaret Dr, Musselburgh EH21 6UU, UK

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