emerge: Journal of Arts Administration and Policy

emerge is an online journal produced yearly by graduate students in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Arts Administration and Policy program, featuring collaborations with guest editors from the SAIC community. It features original, pioneering theory and practice in the field of arts administration and related domains. This journal seeks to foster engagement with issues related to arts administration as a professional practice in order to broaden the overall scope of discourse.

SAIC Arts Administration Enrichment Fund

The Enrichment Fund provides financial support for graduate student projects to strengthen research and contribute to the vitality and success of the Master of Arts in Arts Administration and Policy (MAAAP) program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Directed by an advisory board of current MAAAP students, the Enrichment Fund is a peer-to-peer grant-making platform geared toward supporting the unique and varied needs of emerging arts administrators and curators. Learn more.

Curating Art & Technology (ATS) student engagement at Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

Since 2018, ATS has continuously participated in the international festival Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria — the most prestigious event in the fields of art & technology, new media, and digital art. In an  ongoing collaboration between our departments, Arts Administration and Policy  and Dual Degree students  have served as curators for the exhibition, including the opportunity  to travel to Linz, Austria.