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The State Of The Arts During A Pandemic With The City Club Of Boise

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We all know that the show must go on! But how does that show go on when no one is allowed into the performance hall - not even the performers?  We hear from four local arts leaders as they share their organization's plans for the coming months, and discuss the challenges of leading non-profit organizations during a pandemic.

Panelists:

Charles Fee - Producing Artistic Director of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival

Melanie Fales - Executive Director/CEO of the Boise Art Museum (BAM)

Laura Reynolds - Executive Director of the Boise Philharmonic

Kurt Zwolfer - Executive Director at The Cabin

Moderator - Kâren Sander

I am a second-generation Idahoan and have worked for BSPR for nearly 25 years. You can hear me on-air as a weekday host on our news station and I oversee operational efforts for our program department. I created the award-winning documentary ‘I Used to Listen to KBSU: An Origin Story’ and I find great pride in helping news and music listeners across our vast broadcast region connect with information and the arts.