Articles by Sarah Merianos

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | Life Lessons from a Soon-to-Be Lifelong Arts Manager

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Open Enrollment | Life Lessons from a Soon-to-Be Lifelong Arts Manager

With commencement on the horizon, Open Enrollment’s Sarah Merianos shares some of the important things she’s learned about arts management.

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Open Enrollment | The Act of Mindfullness

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Open Enrollment | The Act of Mindfullness

Sarah Merianos discusses the potential benefits that mindfulness practices can give to arts practitioners, including arts managers, artists and students.

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Open Enrollment | The One in Which I Accidentally Got Political.

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Open Enrollment | The One in Which I Accidentally Got Political.

After watching the first Presidential debates, Sarah Merianos wonders, should we (as artists, as practitioners, as supporters) keep up the good fight, or let federal funding for the arts die out?

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Open Enrollment | The One with the Unpaid Intern Debate

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Open Enrollment | The One with the Unpaid Intern Debate

Sarah Merianos looks into the controversies surrounding unpaid internships.

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Open Enrollment | just look.

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Open Enrollment | just look.

Sarah Merianos tells us how she and her classmates created a “Parafiction” exhibition as a final course project.

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Open Enrollment | Artist vs. Manager

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Open Enrollment | Artist vs. Manager

Artists and arts managers need each other–so why aren’t more students pursuing dual MFA/Arts Management degrees?

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Open Enrollment | East Meets West

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Open Enrollment | East Meets West

Before I start, I must establish one thing: I’m from the east coast. My veins bleed the blood of Nor’easters, Dunkin’ Donuts, baseball rivalries, and the art and cultural Mecca …