Arts in Higher Education
Arts in Higher Education Consortium (AiHE)
The Consortium's Mission
Enhance academics in the arts through the exchange of information and cross-pollination of ideas; Support arts faculty by fostering regional planning and collaboration; and Work in conjunction to strengthen opportunities for arts students to learn and work in the region both during and after graduation.
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For information on membership dues, please visit here.
AiHE Consortium University and College Members
This consortium is the result of feedback from Central New York educators during CNY Art's ENGAGE CNY regional assessment for arts and culture in 2013, which resulted in a summit for arts in higher education professionals. At this first summit in February 2014, it was determined that this group would like to create a Consortium.
The AIHE Consortium was founded thanks to a seed grant in 2014 from the John Ben Snow Foundation. After two summits in 2014-2015, it was agreed that it was important to our region for the Consortium to continue and have a sustainable future beyond its initial seed grant. Since then, we have received pledges from 10 member institutions, in addition to grants from the John Ben Snow Foundation and the Golden Foundation.
CNY Arts Presents 3rd Annual Careers in the Creative Industries Night
CNY Arts is pleased to announce that it will be holding its third annual Careers in the Creative Industries Night on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Landmark Theatre, 326 S. Salina St. in Syracuse.
Join us for this wonderful opportunity for college and university students to submit their resumes and network with professionals in the Creative Industries for internship and career opportunities. For highlights from previous events, view our video below!
Registration for the 2019 Careers in the Creative Industries is now open!
Registration is free, but required to attend the event.
Student Registration | Organization Registration
For questions, please contact Christopher Malone, Arts in Education Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 participating organizations included Auburn Public Theater, CNY Jazz Central, Everson Museum of Art, Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, Kirkland Art Center, Oneida Community Mansion House, Point of Contact Gallery, Red House Arts Center, Skaneateles Historical Society, Symphoria, Syracuse Stage, and The OnCenter!