Transform the lives of future arts managers with your gift toward scholarships and program support.

Invest in the Future of the Arts

Each year, a third of our incoming class receives some form of scholarship support, and our goal is to continue financially enabling as many students with potential as possible.

Your gift will support the next generation of arts managers as they become experts in visual and performing arts administration. Scholarships allow our students to become leaders with the critical and practical skills needed to ensure that our arts organizations remain vibrant and sustainable.

Anika Kwinana, scholarship awardee

Anika Kwinana '18, was the first Arts Management graduate to receive the Andy Bursten Memorial Award in 2017. Andy Bursten served as the Director of Finance and Administration and CFO of the College of Visual and Performing Arts and was a member of the Arts Management faculty until his retirement in May of 2017.

Anika was also chosen as one of theĀ SEVEN women of Mason, who have stories of overcoming adversity, influencing change, and pursuing transformation in their communities.

Anika Kwinana, scholarship recipient

Anika Kwinana, scholarship recipient

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