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Aaron Dworkin
Aaron Dworkin

The PoetJournalist: The Power of Poetry | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

We discuss with artist Aaron Dworkin his collection of poems, “The PoetJournalist.” Aaron Dworkin is a Poetjournalist, Social Entrepreneur, Performing Artist, Author, Filmmaker, Philanthropist, and Professor of Arts Leadership & Entrepreneurship, University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

Stephanie Campbell & Eric Meyer
Stephanie Campbell & Eric Meyer

Local News Is Under Attack | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

Local journalism is facing a rapidly changing media landscape which has them facing challenges such as community distrust in media and even assault on press freedoms. Our guests are; Stephanie Campbell, CEO of The Kansas City Beacon & Eric Meyer, Owner & Publisher of Marion County Record.

Shulamit Ran, Composer & Andrew MacLeish Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Music of the University of Chicago; Dennis Hanthorn, Principal for m/Oppenheim and Former General Director of The Atlanta Opera; & Arthur Fagen, Conductor & Professor of Music and Co-Chair of the Jacobs School of Music Department of Orchestral Conducting and Music Director of Indiana University & The Atlanta Opera.
Shulamit Ran, Composer & Andrew MacLeish Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Music of the University of Chicago; Dennis Hanthorn, Principal for m/Oppenheim and Former General Director of The Atlanta Opera; & Arthur Fagen, Conductor & Professor of Music and Co-Chair of the Jacobs School of Music Department of Orchestral Conducting and Music Director of Indiana University & The Atlanta Opera.

Anne Frank Opera: Bringing History to the Stage | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

How did The Diary of Anne Frank become an Opera? We spoke with the three people who were able to bring this story to the operatic stage and discussed their ten year journey from idea to production. Our special guests are: Shulamit Ran, Composer & Andrew MacLeish Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Music of the University of Chicago; Dennis Hanthorn, Principal for m/Oppenheim and Former General Director of The Atlanta Opera; & Arthur Fagen, Conductor & Professor of Music and Co-Chair of the Jacobs School of Music Department of Orchestral Conducting and Music Director of Indiana University & The Atlanta Opera.

Bryce Alexander, CEO & Artistic Director of The Naples Players; Josh LaBelle, Executive Director of The Seattle Theatre Group; & Mike Morelli, Executive Director of Missoula Community Theatre, Inc.
Bryce Alexander, CEO & Artistic Director of The Naples Players; Josh LaBelle, Executive Director of The Seattle Theatre Group; & Mike Morelli, Executive Director of Missoula Community Theatre, Inc.

The Impact Of Community Theatre | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

Theatres continue to inspire new ways of thinking, help explore issues and challenges in society, and bring communities together to enjoy the benefits of the arts. Our special guests are: Bryce Alexander, CEO & Artistic Director of The Naples Players; Josh LaBelle, Executive Director of The Seattle Theatre Group; & Mike Morelli, Executive Director of Missoula Community Theatre, Inc.

Paul Helfrich
Paul Helfrich

Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

As decades come and go, so does the artistic taste of the generations. For performing arts organizations to survive they must adapt to the trends of each generation. Our special guest is Paul Helfrich, Executive Director of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.

Tim Jackson, Artistic Director of Monterey Jazz Festival; Susan Muscarella, President of California Jazz Conservatory; & Randall Kline, Founder and Executive Artistic Director of SFJAZZ
Tim Jackson, Artistic Director of Monterey Jazz Festival; Susan Muscarella, President of California Jazz Conservatory; & Randall Kline, Founder and Executive Artistic Director of SFJAZZ

The Future Of Jazz | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

What is the Future of Jazz? Created by African American musicians and fostered in New Orleans, we’re discussing this incredible genre, its roots, and its continued influence on the world today. Our special guests are Tim Jackson, Artistic Director of Monterey Jazz Festival; Susan Muscarella, President of California Jazz Conservatory; & Randall Kline, Founder and Executive Artistic Director of SFJAZZ.

Amanda Mountain, President and CEO of Rocky Mountain PBS; Rob Dunlop, President and CEO of Cascade Public Media; & Kurt Mische, President & CEO of PBS Reno
Amanda Mountain, President and CEO of Rocky Mountain PBS; Rob Dunlop, President and CEO of Cascade Public Media; & Kurt Mische, President & CEO of PBS Reno

Modernizing Public Media​​ | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

Public broadcasting has always played an important role in educating, informing and entertaining the public; we’re discussing the challenges public broadcasting faces today and how media organizations are evolving. Our special guest for this discussion is: Amanda Mountain, President and CEO of Rocky Mountain PBS; Rob Dunlop, President and CEO of Cascade Public Media; & Kurt Mische, President & CEO of PBS Reno.

Miki Garcia, Director of ASU Art Museum & Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Executive Director of Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive
Miki Garcia, Director of ASU Art Museum & Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Executive Director of Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive

University Art Museums | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

University art museums play an important role in the creative community and unique role as part of the education system; we’re discussing this corner of the arts sector with special guests: Miki Garcia, Director of ASU Art Museum & Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Executive Director of Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive.

Terri Lee Freeman, Executive Director of Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture & LaNesha DeBardelaben, President and CEO of Northwest African American Museum.
Terri Lee Freeman, Executive Director of Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture & LaNesha DeBardelaben, President and CEO of Northwest African American Museum.

African American History and Culture Museums | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

African American history and culture museums play a center role in their communities and across the US. Watch this discussion with special guests: Terri Lee Freeman, Executive Director of Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, & LaNesha DeBardelaben, President and CEO of Northwest African American Museum.

Performing Arts: Choosing What Gets Presented | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

On the performing arts, with guests: Terry Dwyer, Executive Director of The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center; Joan Squires, President of Omaha Performing Arts; & Alan Vella, President & CEO of the FOX Theatre in Atlanta.

The Future Of Performing Arts Organization | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

On the future of performing arts, with guests: Lori Dimun, President & CEO of the Harris Theater in Millennium Park; Rachel Fine, Executive Director and CEO of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts; & Elizabeth Sobol, President & CEO of Saratoga Performing Arts Center.

Museums for Young Minds | Nonprofit Report

Arts, Media & Culture, Nonprofit Report

On children’s museums, with guests: Deborah Spiegelman, CEO of Miami Children’s Museum; Caroline Payson, Executive Director of Providence Children’s Museum; & Mathew Sinclair, President & CEO of Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum.

Shannon Easter White – Investing in Flint

Arts, Media & Culture, INSIGHT, Nonprofit Report

Shannon Easter White, Trustee of The Flint Institute of Arts (FIA), discusses how the FIA collaborates with the community of Flint in ways that go beyond just art and culture.

Thomas Lillie, Kathryn Boles, and Elizabeth Saab Discuss Shaping the FIA

Arts, Media & Culture, INSIGHT, Nonprofit Report

The Flint Institute of Arts’ President of the Board of Directors Thomas Lillie, Trustee Kathryn Boles, Trustee Elizabeth Saab discuss the impact FIA has on their visitors and how the community of Flint helps shape the programs and exhibits the institute offers.

John Henry – The Power of Art and Art Education

Arts, Media & Culture, INSIGHT, Nonprofit Report

John Henry, Museum Director of The Flint Institute of Arts (FIA), discusses the FIA’s current programs and how art education is important for the growth of the community.

Get to Know The Flint Institute of Arts

Arts, Media & Culture, INSIGHT, Nonprofit Report

The Flint Institute of Arts (FIA) is the second-largest art museum in Michigan and one of the largest museum-connected community art schools in the United States. The FIA makes art accessible and inclusive to all members of their community through permanent collection and temporary exhibitions: guided tours; lectures and community dialogues; art classes, workshops, and studio demonstrations; gallery, studio, and outreach programs for PreK-12, Head Start, and homeschool students; films and videos; print, audio, and multimedia resources.

In this collaboration with The Flint Institute of Arts, we spoke to Flint community leaders and discusses the work they do to provide spaces of art and culture to the people of Flint, Michigan.