Arts and culture is a big business—a $1.02 trillion sector whose 100,000+ organizations serve almost every community in the nation. This podcast is about running that business: how to grow audiences, develop high performing teams and leaders, get younger attendees in the seats and on the donor rolls, apply strategies working in other sectors, and generate millions more dollars in revenue, all in order to serve the mission and flourish in a changing world. Hosted by “the Steve Jobs of classical music” (Observer) and "Sheryl Sandberg of the Symphony" (LA Review of Books), in each episode Aubrey Bergauer discusses the offstage work of arts organizations and the administrators, artists, and board members who make them run. Subscribe, download, and listen right here.
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Aubrey is passionate about helping arts organizations reach their highest potential. She is incredibly knowledgeable and highly respected in the arts community. Aubrey provides amazing content that everyone can learn from. Recommended!
I’m not trying to be dramatic here, but I really believe content like this is shifting the arts at its core towards something revolutionary. I’m so grateful to Aubrey for taking the initiative on these hard yet fruitful conversations to help us rethink what’s possible in the arts world. Listen to what Aubrey has to say! She knows what’s up!
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