Pamela Carter, Jamei Haswell, John M. Loder, and Mitch Menchaca have joined the League of American Orchestras’ Board of Directors; each will serve a three-year term. Marian Godfrey and Jesse Rosen were elected to the League’s Emeritus Board.
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In This Issue: House Proposes Cuts for Arts and Culture; Good News: Visa Fee Decision Delayed to 2024; New Energy Program: Renew America’s Nonprofits; August Plans: Engage Your Policymakers!
An international cohort of thirty-six orchestra and arts professionals will participate in Essentials of Orchestra Management, the League of American Orchestras’ premier leadership development program. The ten-day program, running from July 26-August 4, 2023, is presented in collaboration with Juilliard Extension and will take place in New York at Juilliard’s Lincoln Center Campus.
In This Issue: League and International Partners Release “Know Your Bow” Pernambuco Guide; NEA Announces Second Round Grants for Arts Projects Recipients; Speak Up to Support the Charitable Act!; Shuttered Venue Grants Near Close-Out Phase; New Ticketing Rules Proposed at Federal Level
Music, fellowship, sharing, and learning will be on the agenda as more than 1,000 orchestra administrators, conductors, musicians, board members, and volunteers build “Bridges to the Future” at the League of American Orchestras National Conference in Pittsburgh, June 14-16, 2023.
Six women and non-binary orchestra professionals from across the country will comprise the first cohort of the League of American Orchestras’ Anne Parsons Leadership Program.
Updates from the League, behind-the-scenes insights, and highlighting some of our wonderful donors across the country.
The opportunity to respond to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security proposed rule on visa filing fees has been extended and will now close on Monday, March 13. This proposal would more than triple the cost for O and P artist visas applications filed by U.S. petitioners.
“Inclusive Stages,” a new program aimed at increasing racial diversity among musicians in American orchestras, will launch in Spring 2023. The program’s pilot year will be supported by San Francisco-based Sakana Foundation, with additional funders to be announced.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a proposed rule that would impose very steep increases to some of its filing fees, including for O and P artist visas applications filed by U.S. petitioners. The comment period is open until March 6, 2023, and DHS and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) expect to take several months to review public feedback and consider adjustments.