Candace Tangorra Matelic

Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship Lecturer

Moudy N. 126 | 843-655-0216

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Ph.D. Organizational Studies, University at Albany (SUNY)
M.A. Museum Studies (Cooperstown Graduate Program), SUNY Oneonta
B.F.A. Fine Arts (American Studies minor), University of Michigan

Courses Taught

Introduction to Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Management, Dynamics and Planning in Arts Organizations
Financial Management and Fundraising in Arts Organizations
Audiences, Community, Programs and Marketing in Arts Organizations
The Creative Economy
Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship Experience (capstone)
Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship Internship

Areas of Focus

Community Engagement and Social Entrepreneurship
Organizational Change, Development and Learning
Transformational Leadership
Workforce Development

2017: “Understanding Change and Transformation in History Organizations,” chapter 4 in An American Association for State and Local History Guide to Making Public History, edited by Bob Beatty, pp. 43 – 58. AASLH, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

2016: “Folklife Museums, Sustainability, and Social Entrepreneurship,” chapter in book Folklife and Museums: 21st Century Perspectives, pp. 349 – 374. AASLH, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

2011: “New Roles for Small Museums,” (organizational transformation, revitalization, relevance, and civic engagement), Chapter Six, Book 4, Small Museum Toolkit, edited by Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko and Stacy Klingler, pp. 141 – 162. AASLH, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

2 co-authored books, 33 other articles /chapters