August 21, 2022—I am delighted to share with the readers of Arts & Culture Connections the wonderful news that I am the featured guest on this week’s Arts Engines videocast, which is hosted by Aaron Dworkin.
Many of you know of Aaron and his amazing and numerous contributions to world of arts and culture. The founder of the Sphinx Organization, who also is a multi-talented artist and MacArthur Fellow. he also teaches Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship at U of M’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance.
Aaron launched the Arts Engines videocast in 2020 to share insights and invaluable advice from arts administrators about creative problem-solving, policy, economic issues, crisis management, and empowering future leaders.
During my Arts Engines interview with Aaron, we discussed the relevance and importance of an anti-racism paradigm, as well as Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Access, for arts organizations and cultural institutions. You can view the interview at this link.
I urge the readers of Art & Culture Connections to check out all of the Arts Engine interviews, which are conducted in partnership with Detroit Public Television, Ovation TV, The Violin Channel and American Public Media. You can find the current Arts Engine interviews on its YouTube channel at this link and older interviews on its website.
As always, I want to know what you think. In the comments section below, I invite you to share your thoughts about the value of learning from the experiences of our colleagues in arts administration. What is something you want to learn? What would you like to share?