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Living Dangerously: The Art of Cultural Leadership

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Betty Andrews Recital Hall

11110 - 104 Ave

Edmonton, AB T5K 1M9

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MacEwan University's Arts and Cultural Management Program invites you to the first lecture in the 2017-18 year of celebration speaker series: Living Dangerously: The art of cultural leadership- Nov. 27, 2017 7:00p.m. in the Betty Andrews Recital Hall.

Living Dangerously: The art of cultural leadership – Nov. 27, 2017

Join a panel of four distinguished graduates of the Arts and Cultural Management program as they share their journeys to their current careers and their views on emerging issues and trends that are affecting arts and culture and their disciplines today. This provocative discussion will include questions like “What has changed in the field since they graduated? What remains the same? What are the most important issues and trends to pay attention to in the coming years and how do we best respond/prepare?”

Join a panel of four distinguished graduates of the Arts and Cultural Management program as they share their journeys to their current careers and their views on emerging issues and trends that are affecting arts and culture and their disciplines today.

Panelists include:

Eric Gerstenbulher – President, EKG Entertainment

Rayanne Haines – Writer, poet and Executive Director, Edmonton Poetry Festival

Carly Klassen – Executive Director, Alberta Music

Marek Tyler – Arts Manager and Cultural Leader

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