Strategic Pricing for the Arts
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With in-depth backgrounds in fieldwork and research in the arts world, our faculty bring their expertise to your education.
Lecturer and Director of Arts Administration Programs
Wilkerson has served arts organizations across the country including as executive director of the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and the Ragdale Foundation Artists’ Residency Program in Lake Forest, Illinois. He is on the Board of Directors and Conference Planning Committee for the Association of Arts Administration Educators. He is a former faculty member in the Arts Management program at American University as well as coordinator of University Arts Initiatives and ArtsWeek at IU.
An economist by training, Rushton has published widely on such topics as public funding of the arts, copyright, nonprofit organizations and tax policy, and served as co-editor of the Journal of Cultural Economics. He teaches students economic applications in the arts, including the art of pricing.
Woronkowicz previously served as the senior research officer at the National Endowment for the Arts. She applies quantitative techniques to the study of arts and culture. Specifically, her research focuses on urban development, nonprofit management, and cultural facilities investments.
The cofounder of Jazz from Bloomington, Herzig currently serves on the board of the Jazz Education Network. Groups under her leadership have toured Germany, Italy, and Japan, and opened for acts such as Tower of Power, Sting, the Dixie Dregs, Yes, and more.
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Lewis comes to SPEA from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, where he was the director of exhibitions and curator of the collections for the Wriston Art Galleries as well as an instructor in art history. He taught art history, theory and criticism, and museum studies and practice, for almost 30 years at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, The University of Chicago, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Milwaukee, and Parkside, and Lawrence University. Lewis was also an art critic, writing for the Milwaukee Sentinel, The New Art Examiner, Dialogue, and After Image.
We are fortunate to have adjunct faculty from prestigious schools and programs across campus and from thriving regional arts organizations including the Kelley School of Business, Department of Theater, Drama, and Contemporary Dance, IU Art Museum, IU Auditorium, University Information Technology, Bloomington Playwrights Project, Buskirk-Chumley Theater, Indianapolis Symphony, and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.View adjunct faculty profiles