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So Many New Jobs

Have you stopped by Adaptistration Jobs lately? There are a host of great gigs; everything from VP of Artistic Planning at the Chicago Symphony to openings in great service organizations like OPERA America, you’re sure to find more than a few that will pique your interest. If not, no worries, you can create job alert […]

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I Was Wondering The Same Thing

Joe Patti published an article on 10/6/14 that examines the recent pop-up protest that transpired during a St. Louis Symphony Orchestra (SLSO) that asked the very same questions running through my head after coming across the news; specifically, “why did they choose to do this at a SLSO concert? Patti goes on to provide some […]

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Mediation, Yes. Press Blackout, No

Although the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (FMCS) is now playing an official role in helping both sides in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO)/Woodruff Arts Center (WAC) and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Players Association (ASOPA) labor dispute, it doesn’t appear that it carries any sort of media blackout restrictions. In fact, both sides continued lobbing PR […]

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Things Get Crazy In Atlanta

The 10/4/14 edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) published an article by Howard Pousner that includes an exclusive interview with Woodruff Arts Center (WAC) Governing Board Chairman Douglas Hertz. The WAC serves as the 501(c)3 under which the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) conducts business; consequently, even though the ASO maintains its own board of directors […]

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Last Call For ArtsHacker Contributors

We just wrapped up the second round of processing contributions from those interested in becoming an ArtsHacker contributor and the response was just as strong as the first. As such, I’m extending this to one more round, but know this is all we’ll have time for in order to get all of the contributors ready […]

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Pop Quiz: Contemporary Web Iconography

Icons are everyone online and although they’ve been an integral part of interacting with computers for decades, the use of icons has exploded within the last few years thanks to an increase in mobile devices that reply on symbols to not only help save space but encourage simple, predictable and user friendly interaction. To that […]

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One Month Into The Lockout And ASO CEO Is Already Out

On Saturday, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) CEO Stanley Romanstein erroneously announced that the ASO and its locked out musicians had entered federal mediation and by Monday morning, he was no longer the CEO. It is unknown if the mediation gaffe was grounds in and of itself for the shift in executive leadership or if it […]

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