How Performing Arts Are Pivoting To Survive The Pandemic
Arts organizations across the U.S. face financial losses estimated at $13.1 billion and counting.
Prior to the pandemic, arts and culture in Ohio was a $41 billion dollar industry, rivaling the travel industry.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, how the arts are pivoting to survive amid an uncertain future.
- Elizabeth Harris, reporter, The New York Times
- Tom Katzenmeyer, president and CEO, Greater Columbus Arts Council
- Erin Blue, executive director, McConnell Arts Center
- Edward Carignan, artistic director, Short North Stage
- Capriccio Columbus
- Ohio Citizens For The Arts
- Purchase tickets to Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus Vox Masked hosted by Nina West!
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