July 22, 2011
St. Thomas University Expands Art Management Curriculum to Miami’s Creative District
MIAMI, July 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The South Florida arts scene, from trendy SoBe to Calle Ocho and Wynwood, continues to showcase Miami Dade County as a growing culturally oriented metropolis. And Miami's St. Thomas University has been steadily increasing its arts curriculum to offer an alternative to visual arts degrees and help emerging art entrepreneurs and non-profit managers to learn the business of art.[email protected].
St. Thomas University is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2011 and will soon unveil a series of events and programs that will honor distinguished trustees, alumni, faculty and other members of the St. Thomas community. University President Monsignor Franklyn M. Casale has increasingly led an active role in the global fight against human trafficking, having recently arrived from an international symposium on this struggle held in Colombia July 2011. The President recently announced the Co-chairs for this year's anniversary gala events: St. Thomas Trustee Frances Sevilla-Sacasa and community business leader Maria Elena Villamil of the Washington Economics Group.
St. Thomas University is Florida's Archdiocesan university and is home to Biscayne College, the School of Law and its Human Rights Institute and Schools of Business, Leadership Studies, Science, Technology and Engineering Management and Theology and Ministry. For additional information on its programs please visit www.stu.edu or for general information email Chief Marketing Officer Marivi Prado at [email protected]
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