Lynn Hunt, Board Chair, and Paul Hunt, Vice Chair of Happy Dancing Turtle, discusses the importance of sustainable food practices and the impact of making those nutritional foods and sustainable resources available to communities at large. This interview was produced in collaboration with LPTV.
Scott Stulen, Executive Director of the Philbrook Museum of Art, discusses the exciting journey to reimagining the museum’s incredible gardens as a contemporary art platform, and in shaping its renovated downtown space, which holds one of the finest collection of Native American art in the U.S.
Leslie Bouchonville, Executive Director of the Pine River-Backus Family Center, and Betty Doss, Director of the Pillager Family Center, discuss the impact of the many services the sister organizations provides to help families overcome obstacles in their daily lives, and to build stronger communities in Minnesota. This interview was produced in collaboration with LPTV.
Greg Sroda, Chief Operating Officer of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, discusses the incredible impact of one of the world’s largest foundations dedicated to eradicating HIV/AIDS, and shares the history of his 20+ years of experience in fighting for the cause.
Ellen Salpeter, Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, discusses the museum’s influence in arts education within the vibrant city, and its evolving role as it undergoes major changes before the grand opening of its new building in December 2017.
David H. Stull, President of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, discusses how one of America’s oldest world-class conservatories of music — which will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2018 — supports musicians in developing their artistic, technical, professional and individual talents in preparation for successful futures.
Hope Alswang, Executive Director & CEO of Norton Museum of Art, discusses the museum’s vision for its journey to expansion and diversification over the next two years, before the New Norton debuts in 2018.
Jay Xu, Director & CEO of the Asian Art Museum, discusses the influence of Asian art and culture across the globe, and the unique dialogues between works of art across time that help us to better understand our world.
David E. Little, Director and Chief Curator of the Mead Art Museum, discusses the museum’s unique placement among other educational institutions and its impact on students within and outside of Amherst College through a vast collection of 19,000 art objects.
Melissa Smith, Conservatory Director and Head of Acting of the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.), discusses how the institution nurtures the art of live theater through dynamic productions, intensive actor training in its conservatory, and an ongoing engagement with its community.
Juliana Schirmer, Development Director of the Regional Parks Foundation, discusses the importance of maintaining lands and cultivating outreach programs in order to bring the East Bay parks to the public.