Arts Administration graduates report nearly 100% employment and are working in regional and national fine and performing arts institutions. Majors earn a minor in Business Administration and complete a minimum of two professional internships. Arts Administration students participate in a minimum of two internships both in the United States and internationally. Faculty work one-on-one with students to place them within the community and develop individualized experiences that match interests
and professional goals.
Past internship placements include:
Fine Art: J.B. Speed Art Museum, Video Kitchen, Hertz Art Gallery, Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts, The Riflemaker Gallery (London, England), The Mellwood Arts Center, The Louisville Visual Arts Association, Zoom Group, Swanson Reed Art Gallery, Owensboro Museum of Art, Artswatch Gallery and Weber Gallery.
Theatre: Blue Apple Theatre Company, Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Segal Center for Performing Arts (Montreal, Canada), Walt Disney World College Program, Center Stage Theatre Company, Walden Theatre and The Alley Theater.
Music: Opera Memphis, The Handel House Museum (London, England), Louisville Orchestra, Multi-Disciplinary, Governor’s School for the Arts, American Community Centre, Frazier Museum of History, Barry Wooley Designs, WDJX Radio, Kentucky Opera Association and Live Nation Entertainment.
Multi-Disciplinary: Governor’s School for the Arts, American Community Centre, Frazier Museum of History, Barry Wooley Designs, Kidz Club, The Kentucky foundation for Women, Asia House (London, England) and Donna Lawrence Video Productions.
Bellarmine Arts Administration graduates have followed a wide range of career paths as well as graduate education. Bellarmine’s emphasis on the liberal arts produces well-rounded students who are highly desirable to graduate schools and employers in any field.