Angela Branneman

Associate Professor, Theatre Arts

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Conferences and Presentations

“Beyond Google:  Applied Technology in Arts Management,” Association of Arts Administration Educators National Conference, Boston, MA, April 2011

"Experiential Learning Pedagogy: Teaching Hands-On Professional Learning (Case: Professional Practice Integration into Arts Management Undergraduate Curriculum),”  BenchMark 3.5: Nonprofit Educators Learning, Leading, and Creating the Future, San Diego, CA, March 2011

"Experiential Learning Pedagogy: Teaching Hands-On Professional Learning (Case: Wings of Spring Site-Specific Dance Event),” Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC), Atlanta, GA, March 2011

"Experiential Learning Pedagogy: Teaching Hands-On Professional Learning (Case: 24-Hour Play Festival),” Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Oahu, Hawaii, January 2011

“International Panel Discussion and Writing of Standards for Discourse and Practice in the Field (co-panelist),” Fourth Annual Helsinki Symposium on the State of the Field of Cultural Management, HUMAK University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland, May 2010

 “Community Theatre: Managing a State of Mind,” and “Experiential Learning: The Case Method and Beyond,” Association of Arts Administration Educators National Conference, American University, Washington, D.C. June 2010

 “Reflective Practice: International Internships in Arts Administration,” Association of Performing Arts Presenters International Conference, New York, NY, January 2010

 “The Board of Directors in Circus Organizations: Defining Roles and Responsibilities,” American Youth Circus Organization Conference, Starrucca, PA, August 2009

“Theatre Etiquette:  To Do or Not To Do, That is the Question,”  Ithaca College First Year Residence Hall Faculty Fellow Program, Ithaca, NY, November 2008

 “From Throwing Tomatoes to Times Square: Audience Participation in Developing Theatre Culture,” Longview Faculty Council Lecture Series, Ithaca, NY, October 2008

“Theatre Arts Management: From True West to Kanye West,” Access to College Education (ACE) Regional Institutes, Cortland, NY, April 2008