OFFICE OF THE DEAN

ADMINISTRATION

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

ADVISING & STUDENT SERVICES

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

ENROLLMENT & LYNX CAMP

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

HUMAN RESOURCES & FINANCE

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

MARKETING, COMMUNICATIONS, & ENGAGEMENT

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

Academic Departments

FILM & TELEVISION

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY STUDIES

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MEDIA FORENSICS

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

VISUAL ARTS

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Mark Rabideau

Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs Associate Professor
  • College of Arts & Media
  • Music and Entertainment Studies (CAM)

Author, speaker, educator, administrator, and artist-entrepreneur, Mark Rabideau is an international leader in reimagining how artists and institutions can thrive within the contemporary marketplace and respond to the challenges and opportunities we face in the 21st century.

A compelling arts advocate, Mark has delivered recent talks at Curtis, Yale, Cornell, The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Eastman Leadership Academy, American College in Greece, and American University in Cairo (Egypt) – where he was named Distinguished Visiting Researcher. Mark has served on The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium and is President-Elect for the College Music Society.

Mark’s own entrepreneurial spirit has sparked the launch of a live radio show from NYC's upper-westside (Live from Smoke), which he hosted; the not-for-profit arts organization Artists Now, for which he served as Executive and Artistic Director; an original work with the American Repertory Ballet (Worlds End), that he produced. Mark is excited to produce the upcoming recording STILLPOINT (New Amsterdam Records), featuring celebrated pianist and conductor, Awadagin Pratt, two-time Grammy-winning, Roomful of Teeth, and Grammy-nominated, A Far Cry.

Mark is most inspired when helping artists make a difference in the world and when helping people who want to make a difference in the world become more creative.

His only hobby is collecting curious, creative people.

Mark has three beautifully talented children and is married to the love-of-his-life.

Areas of Expertise

Arts Entrepreneurship; Design-thinking

Education, Licensure & Certifications

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BM, Music Performance

University of Notre Dame
MM, Music Performance and Literature

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

DMA, Music Performance and Literature

Awards

Recipient, Distinguished Visiting Researcher, American University in Cairo, Egypt (2018);

Recipient, Sharon T. Alpi Award for Innovative Arts Entrepreneurship Pedagogy, Society of Arts Entrepreneurship Educators (2018);

Recipient, A Teacher Who Made a Difference Award, University of Kentucky (2014)

Senior Editor, Emerging Fields in Music, Routledge Publishing (2017-Present);

Editorial Board, Artivate – A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts (2011-Present);

Editor/Publisher, 21CM.org (2015-2020)

Artist-Faculty, International Trombone Festival: Beijing, China (2007); Brasilia, Brazil (2007, 2010)

CONTACT US

 

Telephone: 303-315-7400
Email: 
CAM@ucdenver.edu​

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Physical Address

College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
1150 10th Street Denver, CO 80204

 

General Mail Delivery (USPS)

(Name or Title of Program)
College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
Campus Box 162
PO Box 173364
Denver, CO 80217-3364

 
Central Receiving (UPS/FedEx/Parcel or Package Shipment)

(Name or Title of Program)
College of Arts & Media
University of Colorado Denver
1201 5th Street, AR 177
Denver, CO 80204-2005

 
Admissions & Enrollment

Email: CAMinfo@ucdenver.edu
Phone: 303-315-7487

 
Emmanuel Art Gallery

1205 10th Street Plaza
Denver, CO 80204
Email: emmanuelgallery@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7431

Comcast Media & Technology Center
Tivoli Annex 139B, Tivoli Student Union,
Comcast Media & Technology Center Staff


Film & Television Department

Email: FilmTV@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7405

 
IT Help Desk

Office: Arts Building, 177 C
Email: CAMit@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7428

 

LYNX National Arts & Media Camp

Email: LYNXcamp@ucdenver.edu​​
Telephone: 303-315-7468

 
Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Department

Office: Arts Building, 288
Email: meis.dept@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7450

 

National Center of Media Forensics

Office: King Center, Fifth Floor
Email: NCMF@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-7496

 
Next Stage Gallery

1025 13th St
Denver, CO 80202
(Located in the Denver Performing Arts Complex)

 

Visual Arts Department

Office: CU Building, 800 A
Email: VisualArts@ucdenver.edu
Telephone: 303-315-1501

 

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Katie Leonard

Katie Leonard is a Denver native and lead organizer for Anti-Racist Club Colorado. She received her B.A. in African American Studies with a concentration on Music and Art History from Harvard College in 2017.

Email: katannleo9@gmail.com

Teri Wilson

Teri Wilson Elected to Professional Board

Teri Wilson, Director of Human Resources at CAM has been elected to the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the College & University Association for Human Resources Executive Board. Congratulations, Teri!