Careers in Culture – Careers in Cultural Management

> A large variety of jobs

“My decision to become an arts administrator arose from my desire to broaden my horizons and make a contribution to all of the arts. My career has developed exactly as I hoped it would. I’ve had some amazing opportunities to work in a wide variety of areas – from education outreach to publicity to advocacy – across all arts disciplines. For me, working as an arts administrator is like going to a new job every day, which is perfect!”
- Cindy Burgess, Coordinator, Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton, and Outreach Assistant, Grant MacEwan College

In small organizations, all of the tasks or branches of cultural management are undertaken by one Executive Director or General Manager. In larger arts and heritage organizations, some of these management functions become separate positions.

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