The College of Charleston Arts Management Program will present the third installment of its speaker series ARTM Exchange, which features conversations between artists and arts leaders and faculty, staff, students, and the community, on Monday, Jan. 30, 2023, with Emma Rose Isely ’12, senior director of Film & TV Synchronization at Universal Music Group.
Emma Rose Isley
Isely will discuss career paths in the music industry and the ins and outs of film and television synchronization. The event takes place Monday, Jan. 30, at 5:30 p.m., at Harbor Walk West, 360 Concord St., Room 213. Current arts management student Sav Griffin will host the event.
Shortly after graduating from the Arts Management Program at the College of Charleston in 2012, Isely moved to Los Angeles to continue her career in the music industry. Her prior positions include music supervision, management, booking and radio promotions before joining Universal Music Group’s East Coast Label Group: Def Jam, Island, Republic and Verve in September 2019. As the senior director of Film & TV Synchronization for frontline artists across the four labels, Isely curates custom pitches for film, television, promos, trailers and sports clients. Her work most recently was heard in the new season of Ginny & Georgia (Netflix), Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), and Bel-Air season 2 promos (Peacock).
The College’s Arts Management Program prepares students for careers and engagement that advance a resilient creative sector. Through a multidisciplinary curriculum, faculty mentorship, and experiential learning, the program emphasizes strategic thinking, collaboration, and innovation in arts leadership. For information, contact Kate Keeney, director of the Arts Management Program, visit artsmgmt.cofc.edu or call 843.953.0719.