California Presenters holds its State Consortia meeting on Thursday, September 3 from 9:00-10:00am during the WAA conference in Vancouver. This meeting is for presenters only, both current CP members and those interested in learning more about CP.
California Presenters held a phone seminar for CP members with Marcy Hinand, Principal for Helicon and author of their most recent groundbreaking report Making Meaningful Connections, on Wednesday, December 3, 2014. She gave a guided tour of the report’s findings: that organizations who successfully engage diverse participants have made an explicit, sustained and organization-wide commitment to change, regardless of whether special funding is available. This commitment manifests itself in ways that both cut across the entire organization, and are expressed in specific components of their work.
CP Members can access the recording via our Members Only page.
Founded in 1985, California Presenters is a statewide coalition committed to connecting, engaging and developing performing arts professionals from organizations of different sizes and structures; and advocating for important issues in the presenting field.
SANTA MONICA, CA – August 18, 2015 – The Board of Directors for The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center today announced the appointment of veteran arts executive Wiley Hausam as the organization’s new Artistic and Executive Director. Hausam will assume his new role at The Broad Stage, which presents the best in classical and jazz music, opera recitals, theater, dance and children’s programming, on October 1. He will be charged with leading the Santa Monica cultural institution in the next phase of its journey—including the opening of its newly expanded $23 million East Wing facilities on the SMC Performing Arts campus in early 2016—while building on its successful seven year legacy.
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July 1, 2015- LA Times
Renae Williams Niles will step down as the Music Center’s vice president for programming at the end of July, the third department head at the financially pressed downtown performing arts center to exit in a little more than six months.
Williams Niles said Tuesday that she is leaving to become director of fundraising for USC’s fledgling Glorya Kaufman School of Dance.
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