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Campus Connection: Engaging College Students in the Arts Presentation

  1. 1. Campus Connection: Engaging College Students in the Arts The Arts Engagement Exchange (AEE) is an initiative of the Chicago Community Trust and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs supported by the Wallace Foundation.
  2. 2. The Student Perspective Ashtin Berry 2010 University of Chicago Graduate
  3. 3. Panel 1: University Experts in Student Life
  4. 4. Leslie Shook Moderator Theatre Manager The Theatre School at DePaul University
  5. 5. Felice Dublon VP of Student Affairs The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  6. 6. Mark Kelly VP of Student Affairs Columbia College Chicago
  7. 7. Robert Kelly VP of Student Affairs Loyola University
  8. 8. Panel 2: Developing College Student Audiences
  9. 9. Kelley Lavin Moderator Marketing Consultant
  10. 10. Bill Michel Executive Director Logan Center for Creative and Performing Arts
  11. 11. Celebrating Arts at the University of Chicago Distinctive Academic Departments Theater And Performance Studies A Home For Professional Artists Diverse Student Arts Groups Outside The Lines Partners in the Community
  12. 12. arts.uchicago.edu
  13. 13. Engaging Students at the SMART Museum of Art
  14. 14. Arts Organizations & Student Groups The SMART Museum Activities Committee The Wrens and The Renaissance Society
  15. 15. artspass.uchicago.edu
  16. 16. Reva and David Logan Arts Center: Engaging Students in the Arts
  17. 17. Susan Mathieson Mayer Director of Communications Lyric Opera of Chicago
  18. 18. Devon de Mayo Director of Arts Education Northlight Theatre Co-Artistic Director Dog & Pony Theater
  19. 19. Nicole Wetzell Marketing Associate Auditorium Theatre
  20. 20. Overall, Chicago Loop student spending was $60,000,000 Source: Chicago Loop Alliance, Higher Education in the Loop and South Loop An Economic Impact Study, 2009
  21. 21. Students spent $4,534,400 on cultural events Source: Chicago Loop Alliance, Higher Education in the Loop and South Loop An Economic Impact Study, 2009
  22. 22. BACK-TO-SCHOOL EVENT An Evening With Michael Price: Writer/Producer For The Simpsons
  23. 23. Brainstorming Session Eva Silverman Director of Collaborative Programs Department of Cultural Affairs
  24. 24. Campus Connection: Engaging College Students in the Arts The Arts Engagement Exchange (AEE) is an initiative of the Chicago Community Trust and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs supported by the Wallace Foundation.

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