Poetry for Peace, Commemorating WWI

During the Spring of 2017, the Rochester Oratorio Society (ROS) and the Humanities Center at the University of Rochester came together in a collaborative initiative called Poetry for Peace, that commemorated the United States’ Centennial Anniversary of its entry into … Continued

Turning the Fortunes of Rochester’s Third Ward: The 2017 Corn Hill Arts Festival

The 49th Annual Corn Hill Arts Festival is Rochester’s oldest residential arts festival, and I was fascinated to learn how it was so instrumental in helping turn the fortunes of Rochester’s beautiful Third Ward, now known as the Corn Hill. On this episode … Continued

Dr. Bill Valenti: Writing the Book on AIDS – Part 2

In Dr. Bill Valenti’s inspirational book AIDS: A Matter of Urgency, we travel back in time to the dawn of AIDS and AIDS treatment. In the timeline of the world, it’s an infinitesimal speck on the timeline: a mere 35 years. But for … Continued

Dr. Bill Valenti: Writing the Book on AIDS – Part 1

I always learn something from my guests on Conversations with Creatives, but every once in a while, a guest opens the door into a world I knew little of before. When Dr. William Valenti came on the show to discuss … Continued

Marketing and Communication Insights for Artists and Arts Organizations

So much in the world of marketing and communications has changed over recent years, with the advent of social media, the downsizing of traditional media, and new technologies that  share information directly with consumers’ phones and computers. However, the core … Continued

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