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The Culturephiles

Adventures from the business of arts and culture with Andrew Recinos

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Learning to Love Opera

Arts & Culture 5 min

Welcome to opera country!

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Alive With Potential

Arts & Culture / Business Strategy / Community Engagement 5 min

Reflecting on Tessitura’s history and envisioning our next stage

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There can be only one

Arts & Culture / Business Strategy / Presenting & Performance / Theatre 4 min

How successful leaders expertly zero in on a single purpose

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I see Tess people

Arts & Culture 4 min

Don Youngberg writes about his sixth sense

A large screen at a conference reading "Women of Silicon Roundabout"
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Diversity, Inclusion, and Crash Test Dummies

Arts & Culture 4 min

Natalie Threlfall writes about the life-saving importance of diversity and inclusion

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Inner Voices

Arts & Culture 4 min

Building understanding through deep engagement

John Jakovich and his daughter Chloe standing in front of a lobby poster for Avenue Q
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Puppets and Parenting

Arts & Culture / Theatre 4 min

John Jakovich writes about how a night at the theater brought a father and daughter together

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A Breath of Fresh Art

Arts & Culture 4 min

Marie Majors writes about experiencing arts and culture with a disability

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The Virtues of Smallness

Arts & Culture 4 min

Andy Wertner writes about the theatre of ‘niche-ing down.’

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