Programs: Emerging Arts Leaders | Orange County






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Emerging Arts Leaders | Orange County (EAL | OC) was founded in 2012 as a program of Arts Orange County.

Mission: To engage and empower rising professionals in the arts community.

Vision: To be a mechanism for strengthening future arts leadership by fostering connections between professional artists and arts professionals, encouraging and supporting creative innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit, developing skills, and facilitating networking among arts organizations, civic organizations and individual artists and producers.

Throughout the year, EAL | OC presents professional development activities like workshops, site visits to arts organizations, panel discussions, arts outings, and networking mixers. To get involved or find out more, please join our Facebook group, or email Arts Orange County Program Assistant Nicholas Thurkettle.


EAL | OC Steering Committee
Michelle Brouwer, Irvine Barclay Theatre
Diana Farrell, Lyric Opera of Orange County
Kay Linan, Pacific Symphony
Wesley Pinkham, Musco Center for the Arts
Nalini Sairsingh, Orange County Museum of Art



COMING UP




RECENT EVENTS



Emerging Arts Leaders enjoy the "Coming Home" cabaret show by Orange County's own Broadway veterans Krysta Rodriguez and Scott Barhardt at the Irvine Barclay Theatre (From L: Michelle Brouwer, Nicholas Thurkettle, Kay Linan, Emily Anne Tkaczibson, Nalini Sairsingh))




EAL's December "Holiday Spotlight" was the first in a series of fusions of networking events with salon-style artistic programming featuring work from Orange County creators. The next spotlight is scheduled to happen in April!




EAL | OC is a local chapter of the Americans for the Arts "Emerging Leader Network."

“The Americans for the Arts Emerging Leader Program works to identify and cultivate the next generation of arts leaders in America. It is an ideal way for new leaders to share their interests with others as they continue to develop their skills and their commitment to the arts.” – Americans for the Arts