Thursday, April 21, 2016

Arts & Innovation Series Presents: Survival of the Nimblest

Survival of the Nimblest: Arts Organizations, Artists, and Disruption
Wed, May 4 / 5pm registration, 5:30pm lecture
Chicago Innovation Exchange Theater / Free, RSVP recommended

As part of the Arts & Innovation series presented by the Logan Center and the Chicago Innovation Exchange, Elizabeth W. Scott, J.D. '94, offers an overview of the cultural and consumer trends that are upending what cultural organizations have long taken for granted. Focusing on the role of digital content in today's "attention economy" and "participation economy" she will discuss the creative and business opportunities presented in this fast-changing landscape.

Scott has held roles as Chief Media and Digital Officer at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and VP of Programming and Business Affairs at Major League Baseball. She currently serves as Industry Advisor at Dunch Arts, and is spearheading the summer launch of nRapt, a performing arts subscription streaming service, as its Acting CEO. Follow her @_MediaMaestro and read her full bio here.

 Presented by the Logan Center and the Chicago Innovation Exchange.


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