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Kenneth Foster, director of the Arts Leadership program, reflects on applying artists’ creative skills to grow from artist to arts entrepreneur.
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Alumnus Vince Womack embodies the best of contemporary music education in his teaching career at the James Foshay Learning Center.
Classical guitarist Mak Grgić is busy traveling the world and launching festivals – and he credits Thornton’s Arts Leadership program with giving him the skills for success.
Alumna Laura Reynolds reflects on the impact that USC Thornton’s Community Engagement programs have had on her thriving career with the Seattle Symphony.
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