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Employment History

Artistic Director and Chief Programming Officer
The Flynn Center incorporated

National Performance Network Inc


Board Member
National Performance Network Inc

Board Member
Association of Performing Arts Presenters

Board of Trustees Member
Vermont Arts Council


English Literature
University of Colorado

City College of New York

High School of Music and Art

Web References (48 Total References)

Arnie Malina, Flynn ...

www.vermontartscouncil.org, 29 Dec 2015 [cached]

Arnie Malina, Flynn Center for Performing Arts and

Board / National Performance Network

npnweb.org, 6 Mar 2013 [cached]

VICE CHAIR: Arnie Malina Burlington, VT 05401 amalina@flynncenter.org tel: 802.652.4503 fax: 802.863.8788

Arnie Malina, is the chief programming officer/ artistic director at the Flynn Center in Burlington, VT. He founded and developed nationally significant programs at Helena Presents in Montana. Profiled as "Montana's Unsung Hero" in Newsweek Magazine (1988), he later received the Montana Governor's Award in the Arts (1997). Malina is the recipient of the 1994 Fan Taylor Award from Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) and served on the APAP board of directors from 1997-2003. Malina is co-producer of the Blue Note recording, "Sacred Common Ground," by pianist/composer Don Pullen and the African Brazilian Connection and the Chief Cliff Singers.

E-Newsletter / June 2012 / National Performance Network

npnweb.org, 1 June 2012 [cached]

Arnie Malina was honored on June 5 by the Vermont Arts Council with the Walter Cerf Medal for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts. Malina has been the Chief Programming Officer/Artistic Director at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts for 15 years, and will retire in June. Prior to the Flynn, Malina founded and developed nationally significant programs at Helena Presents in Montana, also an NPN Partner. Arnie is the recipient of the Fan Taylor Award for distinguished service from the Association of Performing Arts Presenters and was profiled as "Montana's Unsung Hero" in Newsweek Magazine. He will be Vice-Chair of the NPN board in the coming year. Arnie has also been active as a curator in NPN's Performing Americas Program (read his story below).

Photo: Awards ceremony in Montpelier with John Killacky, Brianne Chase and Arnie Malina.
Elizabeth Doud and Arnie Malina reflect on two festivals in Chile earlier in 2012.

Vermont Arts Council | About | VAC Annual Awards

www.vermontartscouncil.org, 25 May 2014 [cached]

Arnie Malina, Flynn Center for Performing Arts

NAPAMA - North American Performing Arts Managers and Agents

www.napama.org, 4 Oct 2013 [cached]

Flynn Center Artistic Director Arnie Malina to Retire

Arnie Malina, artistic director for the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Burlington VT and the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival, will retire at the end of January 2012.
Perhaps one of the strongest legacies Malina will leave is an artistic vision spanning popular, experimental and international work. Some of the most memorable performances Malina brought to the Flynn include David Byrne, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Abbey Lincoln, Cirque Eloize, Sonny Rollins, Eiko and Koma, Ornette Coleman, and Broadway National Tours of Sweeney Todd and The Producers; lesser-known but powerful international artists Rokia Traoré and fado singer Mariza; and such international choreographers as Marie Chouinard, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, and Wim Vandekeybus.
Malina will continue to consult with the Flynn through June 2012 to finish programming the Flynn's 2012-13 season.

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