Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Logan Arts Interview with Liz Lerman

Liz Lerman is a choreographer and founder of the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, now Dance Exchange. In this interview she discusses the importance taking the initiative, being able to follow as well as lead, and the impact a declining middle class may have on the arts.

Logan Arts Interview with Brian Kennedy

Brian Kennedy is the Director of the Toledo Museum of Art. In this interview he talks about visual and sensual literacy, the importance of passion, and debunks the theory of the "complete leader" who can do everything.

Logan Arts Interview with Kaywin Feldman

Kaywin Feldman is the President and Director of the Minneapolis Museum of Art. In this interview she talks about risk taking, women in arts leadership roles, and the changes arts museums around the United States are facing in the 21st Century.

Logan Arts Interview with George Slade

George Slade is a photography curator, writer and historian. In this interview, he talks about his career in curation, interest in arts leadership, and the importance of creating value in society.

Logan Arts Interview with Members of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

In this video, Ronnie Bauch, Martha Caplin, and Melissa Meell, members of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, speak with Jeff Kimpton about their work with the conductor-less orchestra and collaborative leadership.

Logan Arts Interview with Chris Gruits

Logan Arts Leadership Institute Interview with Chris Gruits, Director of Interlochen Presents and former Director of E-Strategy at Carnegie Hall. 

Logan Arts Interview with Steve Hayden

Interlochen Center for the Arts Presidents interviews Steve Hayden, former Vice Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy Worldwide and creator of the 1984 Macintosh ad. They talk about Steve Jobs' leadership abilities, the impact on technology on leadership, and why youth should stay in the arts.

Logan Arts Interview with Michael Thurber

ICA President Jeffrey Kimpton talks to CDZA Founder Michael Thurber about communication, risk-taking, and innovation.