Analyst Meg Friedman has completed her M.A. in Arts Administration.
AMS Analyst Meg Friedman has completed her Master of Arts in Arts Administration at Goucher College. Meg joined AMS Planning & Research in 2016. After completing an internship with AMS, she joined the team full-time in the Connecticut office, working on projects ranging from strategic planning and feasibility studies to research for Performing Arts Center Management. Prior to joining AMS, Meg worked as a stage manager in New York City and at leading regional theaters including the Hartford Stage Company and Goodspeed Musicals. She is a skilled writer and researcher, and brings rigorous standards to her work on behalf of AMS’s clients. Read more about Meg here.
The Master of Arts in Arts Administration (MAAA), founded in 1998, is a graduate program designed for people who want to learn from national arts leaders while developing a strong network; be inspired by a community of mentors and peers; and enjoy the flexibility to live and learn anywhere in the world. With working faculty at the top of their fields and a limited-residency format that accommodates busy professionals, MAAA students work in every arts discipline, and 95% of alumni work in the arts after graduating. For more information, see www.goucher.edu/MAAA.
For 30 years, AMS (www.ams-online.com) has made the business of arts and culture our business. Founded with a deep commitment to the role of the arts in our communities, AMS works with arts and community leaders to develop ventures that are both effective and vital.
Each year, AMS measures and analyzes the operations of hundreds of arts organizations and facilities across North America. This practice underpins AMS’s core service to the sector: data-driven insights helping venues, producers, presenters, artists and service organizations to succeed. Paired with long-term research into industry and societal trends, AMS works with clients of all types, sizes and goals to understand current conditions and the future environments in which the arts and creativity thrive. For more information, see www.ams-online.com and follow @AMSarts on Twitter.