Arts Administration and Policy: Current Students
Kathryn Rose Cua (Dual '23)
Kathryn Cua is a writer, editor, and cultural organizer. Kat’s background is in art history and journalism, and has had professional experience working in art museums and galleries. Her interests in her coursework lie primarily in dreaming up alternatives to the nonprofit model, collaborative and cooperative forms of working, examining the ways in which community care can exist at an organizational level, and developing new ways of valuing and validating artists and artwork. In addition, Kat is the Project Assistant at SAIC at Homan Square and the editor-in-chief of the 2020-21 issue of emerge, the department’s online journal on arts administration and policy.
Clayton Reed Kennedy (Dual '23)
Clayton Kennedy is an arts administrator and art historian from Fowlerville, Michigan. He earned his BA in Art History and Visual Culture from Michigan State University in 2020. While in undergrad, Clayton worked as a gallery assistant at both the MSU Broad Art Museum and the Michigan State Galleries. He also underwent an internship in arts administration at the Lansing Art Gallery and Education Center. His interests revolve around exhibition-making and the democratization of arts institutions.
Tatyana Scott (MAAAP '23)
Tatyana Scott (MAAAP ‘23) has experience working with nonprofit and management. New to Chicago, Tatyana spent the last four years in Boston where she collaborated with artists and activists. She has been involved with fundraising ventures through art shows, has led volunteer networks, and has worked with multiple cooperatives and independent artist groups. Tatyana earned her BFA in Studio Art with an emphasis in Painting and Drawing from Eastern New Mexico University in 2016, where she worked with The Runnels Gallery and The Runnels Library Collection.