FORA.tv Speaker - Michael M. Kaiser
Michael M. Kaiser is President of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Dubbed "the Turnaround King" for his work at numerous institutions, including the Royal Opera House (London), American Ballet Theatre, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and the Kansas City Ballet, Michael has earned international renown for his expertise in arts management. Through the Kennedy Center, he has advised performing arts organizations around the world, working with arts leaders in nearly 70 countries.
In 2001, Michael created the Kennedy Center Arts Management Institute to provide advanced training for young arts administrators and has developed a series of programs to help train others in the field. He created a Capacity Building Program for Culturally Specific Arts Organizations, which offers mentoring services to the leaders of African American, Latino, Asian American and Native American arts groups from across the United States. A similar program was instituted for over 280 arts organizations in New York City. In February 2009, he created Arts in Crisis: A Kennedy Center Initiative, a program to provide free arts management consulting to non-profit performing arts organizations around the United States. He embarked on a 50-state tour for the program, bringing his expertise to every state in the Union along with Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.
His fifth book, Leading Roles: 50 Questions Every Arts Board Should Ask, was published in 2010.
04.17.13 | 00:56:52 min
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