National Summit on Arts Journalism – Glasstire presented by Rainey Knudson



This is Rainey Knudson’s presentation from the National Arts Journalism Summit.
Friday, October 2, 2009

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11am (CST)
Welcome & Introductions

- Sasha Anawalt, Co-Director, Arts Journalism Summit
- Douglas McLennan, Co-Director, Arts Journalism Summit
- Dr. Ernest James Wilson III, Dean, USC Annenberg School for Communication

11:15 am
Showcase Projects

- SOPHIE presented by Holly Willis, Institute for Multimedia Literacy, USC
- NPR MUSIC presented by Anya Grundmann, Executive Producer, NPR
- CEDAR RAPIDS GAZETTE presented by Steve Buttry, C3 Innovation Coach
- INSTANTENCORE presented by Margo Drakos, Chief Operating Officer
- INDIANAPOLIS MUSEUM OF ART presented by Max Anderson, The Melvin & Bren Simon Director and CEO

12:15 am Break

12:20 am
Welcome: Bill O’Brien

- Bill O’Brien, NEA Deputy Chairman for Grants & Awards

12:25 am
Roundtable: The Art of Arts Journalism

Moderator: Laura Sydell, Reporter, NPR
- Jeff Chang, author and journalist
- Seth Schiesel, Reporter, The New York Times

1:00 pm
Welcome: Geneva Overholser

- Geneva Overholser, Director, USC School of Journalism

1:05 pm
Public Projects

- DEPARTURES presented by Juan Devis, Director, New Media Production, KCET
- GLASSTIRE presented by Rainey Knudson, Founder and Director
- FLYP presented by James R. Gaines, Editor-in-Chief
- SAN FRANCISCO CLASSICAL VOICE presented by Patty Gessner, Executive Producer
- FLAVORPILL presented by Mark Mangan, Co-founder and CEO

2:15 pm

2:20 pm
Roundtable: The Business of Arts Journalism

Moderator: András Szántó, Director, NEA Institute in Classical Music
- Richard Gingras, CEO,
- Deborah Marrow, Director, The Getty Foundation

2:50 pm
Closing Remarks

3:00 pm

note: all times are approximate

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