One Pager on Managing Arts Organizations
Press Release for Managing Arts Organizations
Radio Interview on WAMC’s Roundtable in January 2022 to discuss Managing Arts Organizations and Listening to the Field
David’s Op-Ed in the Albany Times Union: A missed opportunity with federal pandemic arts relief?
Video Interview on Artsbeat with Mark Auerbach
Listening to the Field Panels
January 26 at 7pm
Audiences and Equity:
What’s the relationship between audience engagement and the pursuit of equity in this new era?
Donna Walker-Kuhne, Walker International Communications Group, Inc.; Patrick Torres, Raleigh Little Theatre; Chad Bauman, Milwaukee Rep.
Watch the panel from January 26 here.
February 16 at 7pm
Artists and Organizations:
How do artists and organizations authentically collaborate? How has this relationship changed?
Karen Zacarías, playwright; Mei Ann Teo, Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Melissa Crespo, Syracuse Stage.
Watch the panel from February 16 here.
March 23 at 7pm
Adaptations and Evolutions
How are arts organizations evolving and transforming in this new era?
Nancy Yao Maasbach, Museum of Chinese in America; Sarah Craig, Caffé Lena; C. Brian Williams, Step Afrika!; Anna Glass, Dance Theatre of Harlem.
Watch the panel from March 23 here.
April 6 at 7pm
Arts Ecologies and Economies
What new ecosystems for the arts are appearing? How are relationships, partnerships, and planning changing in the arts? How might they change going forward?
Lisa Richards Toney, Association of Performing Arts Professionals; Ben Cameron, The Jerome Foundation; Robert Barry Fleming, Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Watch the panel from April 6 here.
Receiving the NAHYP Award from First Lady Michelle Obama and the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities
Chasing George Washington on ABC World News Tonight
About Hubbard Hall – November, 2019
Woodlawn Cemetery Project – Washington, DC
Young Playwrights’ Theater circa 2009
On Schenectady Today to promote A Walk in the Woods on January 22, 2019.
On Schenectady Today to promote I Am My Own Wife on February 25, 2019. With Rylan Morsbach and Trey Morehouse.
On Schenectady Today to promote Annie on April 2, 2019. With Virginia May Edinger.
On WAMC’s Roundtable in November 2021 to promote My Witch by John Ahlin
On WAMC’s Roundtable in January, 2020 to promote Stupid F*%king Bird by Aaron Posner.
On WAMC’s Roundtable in November, 2019 to promote The Susan B. Anthony Project and New Artist Residency Partnership with The Bushwick Starr of Brooklyn, NY.
On WAMC’s Roundtable on April 4, 2019 to promote Annie and the upcoming Spring 2019 Gala. With Board Chair W.B. Belcher and Joe Donahue.
On WAMC’s Roundtable on January 18, 2019 to promote A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing. With director Kirk Jackson and actor Robert Zukerman.
On WAMC’s Roundtable on November 17, 2017 to promote Hubbard Hall’s World Premiere of a new version of the Tony Award Winning The Mystery of Edwin Drood by Rupert Holmes. With Rupert Holmes.
On WAMC’s Roundtable on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 to promote I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright. With Trey Morehouse and Rylan Morsbach.
Five ways New York can help revive the arts – Albany Times Union – February 8, 2021
Hubbard Hall, a Cambridge gathering spot – Albany Times Union – May 19, 2020
The arts’ survival checklist: improvise, communicate, plan – David’s Op Ed in The Times Union – May 5, 2020
What Art Leaders Can Do to Survive – David’s Op Ed in The Berkshire Eagle – April 13, 2020
The New Arts Now – David’s Op Ed in The Bennington Banner – April 1, 2020
David’s Op Ed in the Albany The Times Union On Trump’s Travel Ban
The Washington Post’s article about Woodlawn, a collaborative piece created with community members in Washington, DC about historic Woodlawn Cemetery in Southeast DC.
The Washington Post’s article about the turnaround of Young Playwrights’ Theater.
Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education
Young Playwrights’ Theater
Shakespeare Theatre Company
New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts
National Arts Strategies Chief Executive Program
Portraits by John Sutton.