CUarts’ Director and School of the Arts Professor Gregory Mosher spoke on Monday, October 5 about why major performing arts institutions may be headed for deep trouble – and why young people should be running them. Excited listeners began a rich conversation about their perspectives on the future of the arts. Continue the conversation here!
Check out the video of the event, courtesy of Rob Brink (’08GS, ’10SoA):
0:55 – 10:43 History of Arts Organizations and Non-Profits in the U.S.
10:43-19:00 Scary Numbers
19:00 – 27:25 What’s Wrong With This Picture
27:25 – 34:39 Hope for the Future
34:39 – 39:59 4 Things We Have to Do
40:32 – 53:22 Audience Discussion
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