Arts and the Economy


Program Description:

Professor Kaye speaks on the connection between the Arts and the economic well being of a community. Drawing on documented examples, he makes the argument that nurturing the arts has a positive effect on the bottom line of a community's businesses.


David Kaye

David Kaye, MFA Brandeis U, is an associate professor of theater at the University of New Hampshire. David has worked professionally as an actor, director and playwright for theater, film, television and radio. He has extensive training in Theater of the Oppressed (TO) techniques, and New Clown/Physical Comedy. He co-founded and trains WildActs (the UNH social justice theater troupe) and has conducted numerous workshops for both theater artists and the general public.

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