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Arts in Crisis?
Arts in Crisis?

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AIR DATE: July 8, 2010

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts hosted a community conversation with Michael Kaiser, President of the Kennedy Center. While the title of the event was "Arts in Crisis" it was an upbeat presentation of the challenges and solutions available to cultural organizations. We're sharing Kaiser's extended comments. He's collected them into a book "The Art of the Turnaround". That's what he's most well known for, turning around arts organizations in crisis.

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This was a superb talk and Q&A. Very informative with great ideas.
John YoungJul 7, 2010 13:50:20 PM
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