Vermont Cultural Leaders Respond to Proposed Federal Budget Cuts: LIVE 3/20 at 1 p.m.

March 20, 2017
 
Live Press Event at the Channel 17 Studios at 294 North Winooski Avenue, Burlington
 
Leaders from a variety of Vermont's arts and cultural organizations come together to speak out about the impact of the Trump administration's proposed federal budget cuts. 
 
Representing the larger community of arts and cultural organizations will be:
 
Alex Aldrich, Vermont Arts Council
Peter Gilbert – Vermont Humanities Council, Executive Director
Robin Turnau – Vermont Public Radio, President and CEO
Holly Groschner, Vermont PBS, President and CEO *
Thomas Denenberg, Ph.D. – Shelburne Museum,  Director
Doreen Kraft – Burlington City Arts, Executive Director
​Benjamin Cadwallader – Vermont Symphony Orchestra, Executive Director
Phelan Fritz - ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, Executive Director *
Rosina Cannizzaro – Vermont Youth Orchestra Association, Executive Director
Natalie Neuert – Lane Series, Director
Mary Danko - Fletcher Free Library, Director *
Jody Woos – Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival​, Executive Director
Tom Torti - Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce, President *
Lauren Glenn Davitian – CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, Executive Director
 
 
For more information, contact John Killacky at 802-652-4504

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