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Arts & Disruption

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Disruption: A Look at the Past and Future of Theaters
Presenter: Michael Wilkerson
Theaters built during the boom of the 1920's were intended for live vaudeville performances, but soon became movie palaces. A century later, as the arts move beyond proscenium stages, new models and ideas must appear.

Toward the Future of Philanthropy: The Memphis Music Initiative Model of Disruptive Philanthropy
Presenters: Charisse Burden-Stelly and Elizabeth Burden 
This paper will describe philanthropic redlining and disruptive philanthropy, and discuss how the Memphis Music Initiative challenges the former through the practice of the latter.

Arts as a Change Agent: Enabling Positive Social Change through Implementation of the Prosci Change Management Methodology
Presenter: Julia Grissett
The researcher studied arts organization’s historical responses to change and the need for proactive management practices. The researcher suggests implementation of Prosci, a change management methodology that facilitates individuals’ involvement, knowledge, and support of change.

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Julie Voelker-Morris

Senior Instructor II/Career Services Director Faculty Fellow, Common Reading, University of Oregon
internships and applied learning in public service as well as private industry settings, professional and career development, preparing students for leading and engaging in culturally agile workplaces, art & popular culture, arts and culture in parks and recreation, large-scale theatrical... Read More →

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Elizabeth Burden

CEO/CCO, ParticipationINK
Artistic practice as a way of knowing. Disruptive philanthropy in the arts.

Friday October 13, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm CDT
Opus Hall, Room 321 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403