Camille Weisgant (ARAD ’20) shares her summer internship experience at the Japan Society in New York City with Jessie Young, ARAD Program Coordinator.
Camille Weisgant graduated from Bard College in 2015 with a degree in Theatre and Asian Studies. There, her thesis involved adapting a traditional Japanese Noh play for modern audiences. Most recently Camille worked for Etsy.com where she engaged with small-business owners daily to scale their businesses. In her graduate study, she looks forward to revisiting how performance and other arts can connect viewers with different cultures, as well as how she can better support up-and-coming creatives using both her artistic sensitivity and entrepreneurial knowledge.
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Last week, Jessie Young, ARAD Program Coordinator sat down with Allason Leitz (ARAD ’19) to learn about a festival she’s been coordinating since graduating from the program at TC this past May.
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By Kamra Hakim, ARAD Professional Development Coordinator
On Monday, October 28, the Arts Administration program was pleased to host Quanice Floyd, founder of the Arts Administrator of Color Network, as the keynote speaker before the 2019 Annual ARAD Internship fair.
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