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Multimedia Resources on OPERA America's Web Site
We recently posted to our Archives three webcasts. Made possible by a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, these online seminars are available to all OPERA America members free of charge:
- Enjoy Responsibly: Carolyn Conway, a Boston-based attorney who specializes in food and alcohol law, and Tom Morris and Liz Kellogg, of The Santa Fe Opera, lead a seminar on best practices with regard to opera company alcohol policies at company parties, donor events and performances.
Of particular interest to administrative and human resources professionals.
- The Cultural Data Project Explained: Larry Bomback, OPERA America's director of finance and operations, and Jessica Cahail, senior associate at the Cultural Data Project, demonstrate how to use the new Cultural Data Project/Professional Opera Survey collaborative online form.
Of particular interest to finance network representatives of Professional Company Members.
- Planned Giving: Tom Bonhag of National Madison and Bob Heuer, general director and CEO of Florida Grand Opera, share their positive and negative experiences with life insurance, charitable remainder trusts and other instruments in the estate planning toolbox.
Of particular interest to development professionals.
These webcasts can be accessed by clicking here.
On March 17, Robyn Guilliams, of FTM Arts Law, leads an online seminar and takes questions on foreign artist taxation, a thorny issue that affects many opera companies. To register for the webcast, e-mail Melanie Feilotter at MFeilotter@operaamerica.org.
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