June 29, 2020

NWS named Arts Engines Creative Partner

Arts Engines with Aaron Dworkin

The New World Symphony was named a Creative Partner of Arts Engines, a weekly series that highlights the perspectives of the thought leaders and game-changers who are creating significant impact in the field of the arts. Each episode reveals the human stories, best practices and real-life experiences of those who power human creativity each and every day.

A core component to Arts Engines is that it is powered by the field itself. Over 30 of the leading arts organizations, including presenters, orchestras, academic institutions and service organizations have come together to serve as Creative Partners of Arts Engines. In this capacity, they play a lead role in the curation of shows and the weekly guests. With the current challenges faced by society, the role of the arts and people's ability to connect with these creative leaders is more critical than ever.

Arts Engines presents NWS President and CEO Howard Herring

More about Arts Engines

In partnership with Detroit Public Television, Ovation (America's Only Arts Network) and The Violin Channel, Arts Engines conducts interviews with guests that are distributed and broadcast through both digital and broadcast media. The weekly show seeks to share the most valuable advice and input from arts administrators who tell their stories of creative problem-solving, policy, economic impact, crisis management and empowering the future of our field.

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. Arts Engines seeks to inspire, share, empower, challenge and connect our diverse audiences with the most influential leaders in our field. Arts Engines is hosted by Aaron P. Dworkin, founder of The Sphinx Organization, the leading arts organization with the mission of transforming lives through the power of diversity in the arts.

Click here to watch past Arts Engines episodes.

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