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It’s that time of year again, the time of year when everyone is all a-buzz about MANIFEST!  This year’s theme of Flight is an accurate description of how these students are using their incredible talents and skills to take flight this spring.  Representing the Business & Entrepreneurship Department are the Events Management Practicum, Digital Distribution […]

Posted on Apr 4, 2014

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SXSW: Field Trips. Still a thing at 28 By Meg Hersman Attending SXSW last month was the biggest adventure I’ve had in a while (with the exception of grad school itself, of course). It was my first time at SXSW, but it was also my first time in Texas. It was great fun, but it […]

Posted on Apr 4, 2014

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This year, almost 100 students, accompanied by 7 instructors from the Business & Entrepreneurship department will participate in South By Southwest (SXSW), one of the largest music, film, and interactive festivals in the country.   One of the original goals for SXSW was to create an event that would act as a tool for creative people […]

Posted on Feb 2, 2014

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The Business and Entrepreneurship Department will continue to partner with the Arts & Business Council of Chicago to offer a series of arts management workshops for 2014. These workshops will be open to professionals, faculty, and students. This agreement will serve three objectives: Offer additional training to our full time and part time faculty members […]

Posted on Feb 2, 2014

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The spring 2014 season for Haus at The Quincy Wong Center, presented by the Club Management: Practicum class. The season begins next Thursday @ 7:30pm, with an evening of comedy and improv.  Several Columbia College students will be performing (e.g., Meg Hersman), along w/some outsiders. Below is the balance of the schedule (more creative/”fun” titles […]

Posted on Feb 2, 2014

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Freshmen Year is all about YOU. written by Renee Rock This year’s freshman Introduction to Management class has wasted no time in taking their management skills and creative ideas to a new level.  Everyone knows that Freshman year is always rough.  You are starting a new school, opening a new chapter in your life, making […]

Posted on Dec 12, 2013

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The AEMM department will have the privilege of a visit from one of our most famous alumni in November.  Marcos Palacios of Da Internz is coming to Columbia on 11/15 for the MIC (Music Industry Conference) planned by the Student Programming Board.  We have arranged for him to spend some time with us on Thursday, […]

Posted on Nov 11, 2013

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The Talent Agency Practicum course provides students with an experiential learning opportunity operating a student-run Talent Agency. Students will work with artists on matters of presentation, marketability, branding, product development, career planning and live performance. Additionally, students will gain management experience as they represent artists, develop promotional materials, create an online presence, plan artist showcases […]

Posted on Oct 10, 2013

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Exhibition Opening Reception: ¡VIVA LA SOUL POWER!, a pop-up exhibition, is part of the month-long residency of the performance artist, Robert Karimi, the People’s Cook. The exhibition features interactive cultural installations by local and national artists and a series of special programs advocating nourishment of the soul and community. The goal of ¡VIVA LA SOUL […]

Posted on Oct 10, 2013

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Published: 10.11.13 Renee Rock AEMM Graduate Assistant renee.rock@loop.colum.edu Jason Stephens is probably the least pretentious person you may ever meet.  It is clear, when you talk to him, that he is passionate about art, economics, and possibly more than anything, education – whether that be his own, that which he imparts on his students, or […]

Posted on Oct 10, 2013

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