Austin Chronicle/June 5, 2020 by Robert Faires
“For 60 minutes, more than 40 Austinites representing 20 area arts organizations gave their full attention to one man as he talked about the future of the arts. And with good reason. This was Michael Kaiser, "the turnaround king" – so named for his role in rescuing Kansas City Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, and the Royal Opera House from fiscal calamity. The man who shepherded the Kennedy Center through 9/11 and the Great Recession, who led the center's post-recession Arts in Crisis initiative offering free arts management consultation to organizations across the U.S., who personally…” READ MORE
KEY TAKEAWAY: Community, cash reserves and exciting new endeavors focus on restarts.
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