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Diane Scott

Associate Professor of Arts Management
Williamstown, MA
Diane Scott is an Associate Professor in Arts Management and former Chair of the Fine and Performing Arts Department at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, Massachusetts. Before joining the MCLA faculty, Diane created nationally recognized programming that helps artists with the business end of their fine arts careers as the founder, principal designer, and program director for Artist INC programs in Kansas City, Missouri. Prior to this Diane was a member of the management faculty at Wichita State University for more than 11 years. Diane is a noted professor winning numerous teaching awards including the 2021 MCLA Faculty Appreciation Award, the 2017 MCLA Faculty Association Junior Faculty Award, the 2008 WSU Academic for Effective Teaching Award, the 2006 Barton School of Business Undergraduate Teacher of the Year, and the 2000 Mortarboard Education Appreciation Award. Diane operates as a liaison between collegiate arts entrepreneurship education and artist professional development in the field. She specializes in creative and fine arts entrepreneurship, management, and organizational behavior and has taught thousands of fine artists of all disciplines in traditional classrooms and professional development settings how to improve their strategic planning, marketing, project planning, teamwork, leadership, coaching, and communication skills. Diane has an active arts consulting practice providing program assessment and analysis and artist professional development program development for organizations across the country. Please see the included CV and Scott’s website (www.dianerscott.com) for additional information.

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