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Alice Larkin Steiner

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Background Information

Employment History

Town Club

Executive Director

Salt Lake Redevelopment Agency

Co-President

League of Women Voters

Vice President, Membership Services

Redevelopment Agency

Affiliations

Member
League of Women Voters

Board Member
Repertory Dance Theatre

Founder
The Performing Arts Coalition

Education

Bachelor of Arts degree

Reed College

Master of City

Harvard University

Regional Planning degree

Harvard University

Web References (75 Total References)


PAC – Embark

rdtutah.org [cached]

Ivan Weber, RDT staff and Board of Trustees, Alice Steiner, Susan Boskoff, Performing Arts Coalition Directors and Board, Jim Bradley, Rich Romano, Brent Cameron, Salt Lake County Center for the Arts (which now manages the Center), Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, local arts groups who formed a coalition of advisors, Prescott Muir Architects, EMA Architects LLC, patrons, foundations and financial contributors, and of course ...

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When Alice Steiner accepted an invitation to direct RDT's Facilities Planning Committee, the project took on an added dimension. She began to educate the community and developed the necessary steps for us to realize our goals. In 1989, Alice formed a nonprofit organization, the Performing Arts Coalition (PAC), dedicated to developing a performing arts center. She invited the community arts groups to organize and cooperate. Her commitment and professional experience were invaluable. (Editor's note: It is that same PAC that is currently celebrating its 5th Rose Exposed event, an evening that celebrates the facility where six celebrated performing arts groups, including RDT, all live and thrive as well as the connections we have as arts groups vital to Salt Lake.
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When Alice Steiner accepted a position as Executive Director of Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, Susan Boskoff became Executive Director of the PAC.


Rose Exposed – Embark

rdtutah.org [cached]

Ivan Weber, RDT staff and Board of Trustees, Alice Steiner, Susan Boskoff, Performing Arts Coalition Directors and Board, Jim Bradley, Rich Romano, Brent Cameron, Salt Lake County Center for the Arts (which now manages the Center), Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, local arts groups who formed a coalition of advisors, Prescott Muir Architects, EMA Architects LLC, patrons, foundations and financial contributors, and of course ...

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When Alice Steiner accepted an invitation to direct RDT's Facilities Planning Committee, the project took on an added dimension. She began to educate the community and developed the necessary steps for us to realize our goals. In 1989, Alice formed a nonprofit organization, the Performing Arts Coalition (PAC), dedicated to developing a performing arts center. She invited the community arts groups to organize and cooperate. Her commitment and professional experience were invaluable. (Editor's note: It is that same PAC that is currently celebrating its 5th Rose Exposed event, an evening that celebrates the facility where six celebrated performing arts groups, including RDT, all live and thrive as well as the connections we have as arts groups vital to Salt Lake.
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When Alice Steiner accepted a position as Executive Director of Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, Susan Boskoff became Executive Director of the PAC.


Ivan Weber, RDT staff and ...

rdtutah.org [cached]

Ivan Weber, RDT staff and Board of Trustees, Alice Steiner, Susan Boskoff, Performing Arts Coalition Directors and Board, Jim Bradley, Rich Romano, Brent Cameron, Salt Lake County Center for the Arts (which now manages the Center), Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, local arts groups who formed a coalition of advisors, Prescott Muir Architects, EMA Architects LLC, patrons, foundations and financial contributors, and of course ...

...
When Alice Steiner accepted an invitation to direct RDT's Facilities Planning Committee, the project took on an added dimension. She began to educate the community and developed the necessary steps for us to realize our goals. In 1989, Alice formed a nonprofit organization, the Performing Arts Coalition (PAC), dedicated to developing a performing arts center. She invited the community arts groups to organize and cooperate. Her commitment and professional experience were invaluable. (Editor's note: It is that same PAC that is currently celebrating its 5th Rose Exposed event, an evening that celebrates the facility where six celebrated performing arts groups, including RDT, all live and thrive as well as the connections we have as arts groups vital to Salt Lake.
...
When Alice Steiner accepted a position as Executive Director of Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, Susan Boskoff became Executive Director of the PAC.


behind-the-scenes – Embark

rdtutah.org [cached]

Ivan Weber, RDT staff and Board of Trustees, Alice Steiner, Susan Boskoff, Performing Arts Coalition Directors and Board, Jim Bradley, Rich Romano, Brent Cameron, Salt Lake County Center for the Arts (which now manages the Center), Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, local arts groups who formed a coalition of advisors, Prescott Muir Architects, EMA Architects LLC, patrons, foundations and financial contributors, and of course ...

...
When Alice Steiner accepted an invitation to direct RDT's Facilities Planning Committee, the project took on an added dimension. She began to educate the community and developed the necessary steps for us to realize our goals. In 1989, Alice formed a nonprofit organization, the Performing Arts Coalition (PAC), dedicated to developing a performing arts center. She invited the community arts groups to organize and cooperate. Her commitment and professional experience were invaluable. (Editor's note: It is that same PAC that is currently celebrating its 5th Rose Exposed event, an evening that celebrates the facility where six celebrated performing arts groups, including RDT, all live and thrive as well as the connections we have as arts groups vital to Salt Lake.
...
When Alice Steiner accepted a position as Executive Director of Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency, Susan Boskoff became Executive Director of the PAC.


Workshop Speakers

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Alice Steiner, Executive OfficerSalt Lake Redevelopment Agency

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