"Curate Your Own Experience" talk by Dennis Scholl

You are invited to a special event by Dennis Scholl, Vice President of Arts for the Knight Foundation and well-known art collector, as he talks about what today’s audiences want from the arts. He will use examples from the Knight Foundation’s own engaging initiatives, including the Random Acts of Culture, Knight Arts Challenge, and Community Supported Art programs.  
Join us and hear him discuss the challenges cultural institutions face in keeping pace with their audiences in the face of the digital revolution and changing demography.

More about Dennis Scholl:
Dennis Scholl is the Vice President / Arts for the Knight Foundation. He oversees the foundation's national arts program, including the Knight Arts Challenge andRandom Acts of Culture. He is well known as a collector of contemporary art for over three decades.

He is also the founder of a series of initiatives dedicated to building the contemporary art collections of museums, including the Guggenheim, the Tate Modern and the Miami Art Museum. He is a three time regional Emmy winner for his work in cultural documentaries. Dennis is also the co-founder of Betts and Scholl, an award winning wine project. In 2012, he was a Harvard University Advanced Leadership Fellow, focusing on the role of culture in community engagement. Dennis is currently a Visiting Scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab. Previously, he was a practicing attorney and CPA.

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