Future of the Arts: Is the Green Bay Symphony the canary in the coal mine?
UW-Green Bay Professor Ellen Rosewall’s 30 years of arts industry experience provides unique insight into the arts, arts management and art appreciation in Northeast Wisconsin. Be inspired by Rosewall’s passion for the arts as she uses the recent closing of the Green Bay Symphony to discuss where the arts could be headed in the 21st century.
|Date:||Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014|
|Time:||5 p.m. hors d’oeuvres reception
5:45 p.m. program
|Location:||Weidner Center Grand Foyer|
Prof. Rosewall is known both locally and nationally as an arts management specialist and advocate for the arts. Rosewall began her career as a musician, taught music at MacPhail Center for the Arts in Minneapolis and had an active career as a freelance singer, actor and pianist in the Twin Cities before entering arts management full time in 1989. Since then she has held a number of high-profile leadership roles in the field of arts management and is in demand as a consultant, working with arts organizations in small and large communities on fundraising, strategic planning and audience development. Her textbook, Arts Management: Bringing Arts and Audiences Together in the 21st Century, was published by Oxford University Press in October 2013.
For more information visit Ellen Rosewall's faculty profile