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  • Friday, March 31, 2017
  • 2:45 PM–4:00 PM
  • CFAC 230

Where the secular is also sacred: Building a culture of arts engagement through a college concert series

In this workshop, advisors and students of the Hope College Concert Series will discuss the formation of the student leadership, booking strategies, and the use of multiple genres in their campus' concert series. This workshop is open to anyone interested in booking processes, the integration of varying worldviews in arts and music, and the mechanics of the music industry.

Bruce Benedict is the chaplain of worship arts at Hope College and a staff advisor for the Hope College Concert Series.  In his spare time he runs a small record label Cardiphonia Music and is currently working on a collection of original songs written to Thomas Hardy poems. He is also the house songwriter for Urban Garden Performing Arts.

Chris Bohle is Associate Director of Student Life and Adjunct Faculty in the Center for Leadership at Hope College. He lives in Holland, MI and is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago. He has published peer reviewed articles in national leadership journals and is married with a 4 year old and 1 year old.

Peter Boumgarden is an associate professor of management at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. Peter Boumgarden researches, consults, and facilitates executive education in the private and non-profit sectors on topics of innovation, corporate strategy, marketing strategy, and leadership development. Dr. Boumgarden’s academic work appears in Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, and Judgement and Decision Making. His practitioner work appears in the online publications of Harvard Business Review and Stanford Social Innovation Review, amongst others.

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