Put your love of the arts to use in a school, museum, hospital, non-profit, or community-based organization. Have a wide impact through transformative work in your area of interest.
In this action-based Master of Education (M.Ed.), you will get an interdisciplinary foundation in arts-based community work, grant writing, arts administration, networking, fundraising, and other components that will enable you to effect change through art. Graduates make an impact in non-profits, after school programs, hospitals, museums, and more. Six credits of specialization courses and twelve credits of electives help you tailor your program to your particular passion. Work with practicing writers, performers, artists, and educators to complete one of the following specializations: Community Media, Integrated Arts, Multicultural Education, Theater Studies, or Visual Art.
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The Cabinet of Curiosities, an arresting visual display by Community Arts alumna Angela Wuttig, is featured in the in the inaugural issue of Voke, an online platform for arts research and academic thought. More of Angela's art can be found on her website, Angela Wuttig: Art and Arts-Based Research.
If you are interested in using Process Drama as a means of bullying prevention and intervention, check out Community Arts alumna Lindsay Jagodowski's new book "Triad: Theatrical Research for Improving the Acceptance of Differences."
Student Devin Ferreira uses music to have a positive impact on the community. Read more »
The Cambridge Community Art Center recently launched a project to paint a four-stage mural on a pedestrian walkway at a Cambridge construction site. The mural will highlight the history and cultural heritage of the district. Read more »