Social entrepreneur, author, artist, Sphinx Organization founder and Professor of Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan, Aaron Dworkin has this week announced the launch of a new first of its kind video series entitled ‘Arts Engines' – highlighting the perspectives of the thought leaders and game-changers who are creating significant impact in the field of the arts.
Produced in partnership with the Detroit Public Television, Ovation and The Violin Channel, the show focuses on the human stories, best practices and real-life experiences of extraordinary arts administrators who power human creativity each and every day.
The show's topics are set to include: creative problem-solving, policy, economic impact, crisis management and empowering the future of our field.
"We are so excited about our partnership with The Violin Channel which empowers our Arts Engines guests and topics to transform our field through the world's leading classical music news source," the Sphinx Organization founder and Professor of Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan has said.
"We are focused on facilitating the most important conversations in our sector from the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts to CEOs of major service organizations, presenting houses, orchestras, and academic institutions," he has said.
'Arts Engines' will commence this coming Saturday at 10.00am (EST) on The Violin Channel's facebook page.