Prof. Ellen Rosewall kicked off the 2014-15 After Thoughts season with a timely topic Tuesday (Oct. 7), presenting “Future of the Arts: Is the Green Bay Symphony the Canary in the Coal Mine?” before a full house in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Rosewall’s talk considered the struggles and successes of the 21st century arts scene, drawing on examples close to home — the demise of the Green Bay Symphony, the recent successful revitalization of the Weidner Center — as well as across the country to illuminate the issue. Rosewall also detailed characteristics of successful arts organizations and encouraged audience members to support the arts — not just financially, but in a host of other ways, as well. Story and photos.
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