Tag: Arts Management

Essay by Theatre, Arts Management grad argues for value of humanities

Chris McDermott, a 2009 graduate in Theatre and Arts Management and former student of Ellen Rosewall and Susan Frost, had an essay published recently at the Arts and Humanities in the 21st Century Workplace website. In it, he argues the arts are vital to vigorous capitalism. http://ah21cw.com/2015/12/the-importance-of-mission-and-steam-in-business-today/

Rosewall on WPR: Stop hating on arts degrees

Prof. Ellen Rosewall of Arts Management did an hour earlier this month (Nov. 10) on the Joy Cardin Show on Wisconsin Public Radio.  A former chair of the Wisconsin Public Radio Association, a leading arts advocate and chair and founder of UWGB’s arts management major, Rosewall shared her observation that society/business/everyone needs the creativity that […]

Faculty note: Rosewall to talk liberal arts with Cardin


Prof. Ellen Rosewall of Arts Management has been booked to appear on Wisconsin Public Radio’s “Joy Cardin Show” during the 6 to 7 a.m. hour next Tuesday (Nov. 10). Rosewall will elaborate on her recent Press-Gazette guest essay in which she emphasized the personal and societal value of liberal arts and arts degrees.

Rosewalls tout careers in the arts

In a Press-Gazette guest column, the Rosewalls — professor and Arts Management chair Ellen at UWGB, and associate academic dean Michael at SNC — take issue with a previous newspaper article implying that college majors in the visual and performing arts are questionable investments. For reasons ranging from creative and critical thinking to the ability […]

Rosewall returns from Pacific Northwest, continues case-studies tour

Prof. Ellen Rosewall of Arts Management has just returned from the Pacific Northwest, where she presented a session on “The Future of Arts Management Education” to the Association of Arts Administration Educators conference in Portland. She also spent three days teaching and conducting faculty development workshops at the University of Oregon in Eugene, and was […]

In case you missed it… Cassie Alfheim is state’s top student employee

We included a link to the awards photo gallery in Tuesday’s Log Extra but, for the record, and for the benefit of those who don’t choose to receive Extra, we repeat the news that Cassie Alfheim is both the UW-Green Bay Student Employee of the Year and state winner of the same recognition. An employee […]

Faculty note: Rosewall appearances


Prof. Ellen Rosewall, Arts Management, was scheduled to be the featured speaker at two events in Washington, D.C. and Syracuse, N.Y. this week. On Feb. 27 she delivered the keynote at the Arts Management Program’s Spring Colloquium at American University, and on March 3 she was scheduled to speak at a reception at LeMoyne University […]

Canary in the coal mine? ‘After Thoughts’ considers future of the arts

UW-Green Bay Prof. Ellen Rosewall tackled a timely topic during the first After Thoughts presentation of the academic year Oct. 7, presenting “Future of the Arts: Is the Green Bay Symphony the Canary in the Coal Mine?” before a full house in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.

Rosewall at ‘After Thoughts’ will talk GBSO, ‘Future of the Arts’

The first After Thoughts of the season is fast approaching, with a gathering from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 7) in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center. Arts Management Prof. Ellen Rosewall will present “Future of the Arts: Is the Green Bay Symphony the canary in the coalmine?” Rosewall, author and advocate for […]

‘After Thoughts’ will feature Rosewall on future of the arts

Prof. Ellen Rosewall will explore the juxtaposition between the announced dissolution of the Green Bay Symphony and the success of the recently revived Weidner Center — and what it might all mean for the future of the arts — during the first After Thoughts event of the academic year. Rosewall will present “Future of the […]