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Partner with Us!

If you are an arts organization interested in partnering with the M.A. in Arts Leadership Program, please complete the Practicum Partner Profile and email the Program Director Fleurette S. Fernando at fsfernando@uh.edu.

Current Partner Organizations

Aerosol Warfare Houston Ballet Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Alley Theatre Houston Center for Contemporary Craft Project Row Houses
Arts Connect Houston Methodist Hospital - Center for Performing Arts Medicine Public Art of the University of Houston System
Art League Houston Houston Shakespeare Festival Queensbury Theatre
ArtMix Creative Learning Center Houston Symphony Silambam Houston
ARTreach Houston Youth Symphony Silver Street Art Studios
Arte Publico Press Indo-American Association Sparrow Bar + Cookshop
Asia Society Texas Center Inman Gallery Spring Street Studios
Children’s Museum of Houston Inprint SugarHill Recording Studios
City of Houston Mayor’s Office on Cultural Affairs Jewett Consulting Texas Music Festival
City of Sugar Land Office of Cultural Affairs Katy Contemporary Arts Museum The Catastrophic Theatre
Community Artists’ Collective Kellner Consulting The Community Cloth
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts KINETIC Ensemble The Deal Company
ECHO Orchestra Kraftwurx The Graffiti and Street Art Museum
Express Children’s Theatre Lawndale Art Center The Jung Center
First Person LLC Law Office of Erin Rodgers The Landing Theatre Company
Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra Lott Entertainment The Neartown Experiment (Closed)
FreshArts Main Street Theater The Printing Museum
Gulf Coast Entertainment MasterWord Services The Smithsonian Institution
HITS Theatre MATCH VauLt/GYROTONIC Houston
Horse Head Theatre Company MECA Washington Ave. Arts District
Houston Arts Alliance METdance Winter Street Studios
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“The MAAL Program at UH has been quite an experience for me. I chose to remain in the workforce and pursue this degree part-time over the span of four years which provided for an experience that was full of challenges. But, I now walk away with a valuable 21st century education that will propel me forward as a change-maker, innovator and forward-thinking arts leader. I am confident that this program has prepared me well to bridge the successes of the past with the vast opportunities for the future of the arts in our country. Yes, it took me some time to get here but, it’s surely been worth the wait!” Rashida E. Moore (MA ’17)