• Interview: Marian A. Godfrey (2010)

    By: Marian A. Godfrey, Senior Director of Cultural Initiatives at the Pew Charitable Trusts

    Marian A. Godfrey is senior director of Culture Initiatives at The Pew Charitable Trust.  In this interview, conducted by Edward A. Martenson with theater management students at Yale School of Drama, Marian discusses a wide range of subjects, including her views on the state of the arts and culture field, the role of foundations in the arts ecology, and cultural policy in the United States.

    Prior to arriving at Pew in 1989, Marian had an extensive background in nonprofit arts management, handling production, administration, fund raising, and strategic planning for such organizations as Mabou Mines, Dance Theater Workshop, and La Jolla Playhouse. She produced film and video projects, including a feature-length film for Mabou Mines which aired on public television nationwide.  She is a graduate of the Theater Management program at Yale School of Drama and of Radcliffe College. In 2003, she received the John Cotton Dana Award for Leadership for contributions to museum education from the American Association of Museums.

    Marian A. Godfrey (2010) [INTERVIEW]
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    Added on: March 28, 2011