Krista Rimple Bradley Joins Staff at Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation As
Program Officer, Performing Arts
Baltimore, MD -Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Krista Rimple Bradley as Program Officer, Performing Arts.
will be responsible for the Foundation's performing arts programs, including ArtsCONNECT, Mid Atlantic Tours, Special Presenter Initiatives, USArtists International, and special projects such as American Masterpieces.
brings more than fourteen years experience working in the arts and grantmaking.
can be reached at 410.539.6656 x 110 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a consultant, Ms. Bradley provided a range of services in program development, audience development, residency planning, strategic communications and evaluation for not-for-profit cultural institutions.
clients included the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and the Washington Performing Arts Society
has partnered with the Walker Arts Center
and Aaron Davis Hall on successful long-term artist residencies.
Prior to consulting, Ms. Bradley managed a five year re-granting program for the Wallace Readers' Digest Fund and OPERA America to support the commissioning and presentation of new work and the development of programs to enrich audience experiences of performances.
She also served as Director of Community Programs for Houston Grand Opera where she created successful audience development programs to support and complement a number of world premieres and commissioned pieces.
Ms. Bradley began her career as Director of Education and Touring for the Virginia Opera, where managed statewide touring for the company and developed education and outreach programs to support performances.
Most recently, Ms. Bradley served as Program Officer and Director of Programs for the National AIDS Fund and the Washington Area Women's Foundation.
She attended Brown University.
appointment Ms. Bradley
said, "I'm thrilled to be joining Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
staff and returning to my first love, the arts.
The arts community in this region has so much to offer.
I look forward to helping it thrive and to broadening and deepening audiences' experiences."
Ms. Bradley replaces Sara Picillo Donnelly who has been serving as Interim Performing Arts Officer since August 2005.