Arts + Culture Academic Programs
Arts + Culture
History of Art program - focuses on the artistic achievement of previous ages and its relationship to society and culture. The architecture, sculpture and painting produced by a civilization provide an important key to the understanding of that civilization's role in history.
Master of Arts in Cultural Studies - provides opportunities to explore culture and the arts as part of a social, economic and political environment. The educational objective of the program is to train graduate students to conduct research that reflects an interdisciplinary understanding of culture.
Masters in Cultural Studies: Curatorial Practices - Curatorial Practices is a specialization within the established MA Program in Cultural Studies. Graduates are prepared for employment in visual arts organizations, especially interpreting, displaying and disseminating information about art.
Manitoba Arts and Cultural Management Certificate Program (PACE) – this certificate program is designed for individuals currently working in, or trying to break into, Canada's arts and cultural sector. The program will teach the business and leadership skills necessary to manage and nurture creative activity in stable cultural organizations. Developed in cooperation with Manitoba's cultural sector leaders, the program is flexible, accessible and broad in scope.
Theatre and Film is one of the largest in Canada. It includes the opportunity to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in one of six different areas of study: Acting and Directing, Design, Drama in Education, Filmmaking, Playwriting, Stage Management or Production. Your coursework will encompass a full range of practical and theoretical study, and will prepare you for an exciting career in the arts.