10 episodes

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced creative and heartbreaking decisions from arts organizations across the world. Tune in for interviews from staff members of orchestras, museums, opera companies, and more to learn how their organizations are adapting and changing to stay connected to their audiences. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/artsmanagerpodcast/support

I'd Like to Speak to the (Arts) Manager Kathryn Wene

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The Covid-19 pandemic has forced creative and heartbreaking decisions from arts organizations across the world. Tune in for interviews from staff members of orchestras, museums, opera companies, and more to learn how their organizations are adapting and changing to stay connected to their audiences. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/artsmanagerpodcast/support

    Bonus episode with Jackson Cooper

    Bonus episode with Jackson Cooper

    In this special episode, I was joined by Jackson Cooper, Major Gifts Officer for the Pacific Northwest Ballet. While we do talk about covid and its impact on PNB and development, we spend some time talking about the impact that the pandemic has had and will continue to have on those getting ready to enter the workforce. With more importance being given to having remote-friendly workspaces, what does that mean for the arts and negotiating those terms of hire? What leverage do new hires have in this changing environment? Tune in to hear Jackson's take on all this and more!


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    • 57 min
    BONUS EPISODE TRAILER - Jackson Cooper

    BONUS EPISODE TRAILER - Jackson Cooper

    Jackson Cooper of the Pacific Northwest Ballet and I discuss all things Covid and the challenges and opportunities faced by students getting ready to graduate from college this spring.

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    Episode 7 - Lisa Shames and Fran Jeens

    Episode 7 - Lisa Shames and Fran Jeens

    In the last episode of season 1, I talk with Lisa Shames and Fran Jeens of the Jewish Museum London. Lisa, Fran, and the entire museum team have been doing some incredibly innovative work during the time of quarantine in England, and I was so excited to catch up with them to learn how they're adapting to "the new normal." The Jewish Museum is located in Camden Town on the north side of London and features an extensive collection of Jewish culture and heritage artifacts. Before lockdown, they offered school tours to thousands of students each year from across London and a number of community events such as neighborhood walks and family days, and they have gone to great lengths to stay connected to their community and audience.


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    • 41 min
    Episode 6 - Tyler Murphy

    Episode 6 - Tyler Murphy

    This week I talk with Tyler Murphy, Gifts Officer for the Fort Worth Symphony in Fort Worth, Texas. Tyler and I have been friends for a long time, going all the way back to our days with the Houston Symphony, and I was really excited to talk to him about his new job, new city, and our new normal.


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    • 49 min
    Episode 5 - Mandy Stone

    Episode 5 - Mandy Stone

    In this week's episode, I talk with Mandy Stone, Vice President of Earned Income and Guests Services at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, KS. In addition to housing what she describes as an encyclopedic art collection, the Nelson-Atkins also has become famous for its visit from the Kansas City Zoo's penguins.


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    • 39 min
    Episode 4 - Celeste Fetta

    Episode 4 - Celeste Fetta

    In this week's episode, I talk to Celeste Fetta, Director of Education for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia. The VMFA was fortunate enough to transition many of their education offerings to a virtual platform during lockdown and has since successfully reopened its galleries. Celeste and I were also joined by her children who were home from school while she worked remotely for the day.

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    • 44 min

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