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MA Art Business (Hybrid), New York

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  • Program Dates

    Program Dates

    SPRING 2022 ENTRY
    January 2022 – May 2023
    Application Deadlines:

    • Early Decision: July 26, 2021

    • Priority Decision: September 13, 2021

    • Regular Decision: November 29, 2021


     
    FALL 2022 ENTRY
    September 2022 – December 2023
    Application Deadlines:

    • Early Decision: December 6, 2021

    • Priority Decision: March 1, 2022

    • Regular Decision: May 2, 2022

  • Curriculum

    Curriculum

    For an in-depth look at the curricula, course descriptions, faculty, and sample weekly schedules for all New York Master's programs, please download the prospectus.
  • Faculty

    Faculty

    Brendan Burns (Consulting Program Director) has spent over 20 years at leading technology, graphic arts and financial institutions including Culture.tech, 1000|Museums, Moody’s Investors Service, Salomon Brothers, and AdOne, an Internet software pioneer. For the past 10 years Burns has managed consulting, advisory and strategic growth assignments under Stepping Stone Capital Partners and Stepstone Art Resources. Since 2004, Burns has been a professor and senior lecturer in the Entrepreneurship Program at Columbia Business School.
    Lawrence Motz joined the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in 2009, where he held the position of Asset/Liability Manager until 2015.
    During his tenure, Motz created the museum's debt policy, the endowment spending policy formula, and successfully managed the organization's first ever long-dated taxable corporate bond offering. Motz has also been an institutional emerging markets bond trader and later an investment banker with Prudential Securities, PaineWebber (UBS), and Kaufman Brothers, a boutique investment bank specializing in telecommunications. During that time, he co-founded and served as CFO of eNet China, an early online Internet retailer headquartered in Beijing, China. In addition to teaching at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Motz teaches in the Museum Studies program at Harvard.
    Judith Prowda is an attorney, mediator, and arbitrator focused on art law, copyright, entertainment and commercial law. She is a founding member of Stropheus Art Law, a collective of art law and business specialists who offer unbundled services to the art community. She also participated in a small working group of lawyers who created the Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA) in The Hague.
    Maria Sancho-Arroyo brings over 25 years of international experience in the art world, first at museums – National Museum of Catalan Art, MNAC, in Barcelona and at the Louvre in Paris- then at Sotheby’s Auction House in London. During her time at Sotheby’s, she gained experience in all aspects of the auction world with a focus on business and client development. She has participated in numerous auctions and worked closely with all Sotheby’s European offices. She has given lectures on art market trends at the London and New York campuses of Sotheby’s Institute of Art, and is a regular contributor to the “Giornale dell’Arte”, the Italian edition of the Art Newspaper. She is involved with art charitable organizations and is the co-chair of ArtTable DC chapter since June 2019. She is fluent in Spanish, Italian, French and English.
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  • Tuition & Fees

    Tuition & Fees

    Semester 1: 15 credits
    Semester 2: 15 credits
    Semester 3 Options:

    • Capstone: 6 credits

    • Capstone + 2 MA Courses: 12 credits


     
    Tuition: $1,747 per credit
    Travel Fee: TBD
    Materials Fee: $800
    International Student Fee: $200
    For more information on tuition and program fees, click here.
  • Field Study Trips

    Field Study Trips

    The program will include two Field Study trips during which students will become immersed in the local art community. As a culmination of the Field Study course, the trip will contextualize art market, art historical, and art object information through daily visits to fairs, galleries, private collections, museums, artists’ studios, and more. Throughout the Field Study experience, students will have the opportunity to interact with local art world professionals and are expected to be active participants, through both individual presentations as well as seminar discussions. Destinations vary per year to include timely and relevant exhibitions, art fairs, and international art world events. Past trips have included Art Basel Miami Beach, The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) in Maastricht, Beijing, Venice Biennale, Art Dubai and the Sharjah Biennial, and SP-Arte in São Paulo.
    Students completing the Hybrid MA program will have three semesters in which to complete the two Field Study trips required for graduation.
  • Admissions

    Admissions

    Now accepting applications for all MA programs. Space is limited so we strongly encourage qualified candidates to submit their applications as early as possible. Terms and conditions apply.
     
     

    Questions?
    Some of your questions may be answered in the frequently asked questions section of our website. If you do not see your question, we are happy to help. All prospective students are encouraged to contact our Admissions Office to schedule a one-on-one information session to learn more about the program, the application process, tuition, financial aid, and more.

    Email us: admissionsny@sia.edu
    Call us: +1 212.517.3929