David Edelman

David Edelman

Executive Director at Big Apple Performing Arts

Location:
561 SEVENTH AVE SUITE 803, New York City, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(212) 344-1777

General Information

Experience

Managing Director - Delaware Theatre Company

President - NJ Theatre Alliance

Associate Producer - Olympia Dukakis

Education

MFARutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts

undergraduate degreeWashington University

Affiliations

Board Member - Association of Arts Administration Educators

Board Member - Arts Administration

Board Member - Sister Cities International , Inc.

Editor - American Journal of Arts Management

Board Member - ArtPride New Jersey

Member, Numerous Boards and Committees - AIDS Delaware , Sister Cities

Recent News  

Prof. David Edelman - Association of Arts Administration Educators

Prof. David Edelman
Shenandoah Conservatory Associate Professor, Performing Arts Leadership and Management David Edelman is Associate Professor of Arts Management and Director of the Performing Arts Leadership and Management Program at Shenandoah Conservatory. He is the founder and co-editor of The American Journal of Arts Management. Prior to joining the Conservatory faculty, he was Executive Director of Big Apple Performing Arts in New York City. Prof. Edelman has served as the Executive Director of Contemporary American Theatre Company in Columbus, Ohio, Managing Director of Delaware Theatre Company, Managing Director of George Street Playhouse in New Jersey, and Associate Producer at Olympia Dukakis' Whole Theatre in New Jersey. He served two terms as President of the NJ Theatre Alliance and sat on the Board of ArtPride, NJ's arts advocacy organization. He was a founding member of the Arts Consortium of Delaware and the Riverfront Wilmington Business Improvement District. He also served on the boards of Sister Cities of Wilmington, the Wilmington Arts Leaders Roundtable, Brandywine Valley Cultural Tourism Planning Committee, AIDS Delaware, the Wilmington Metropolitan Area Planning Commission, and the Ohio Department of Education's Arts Standards Advisory Committee. Prof. Edelman received his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and earned his MFA from Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Association of Arts Administration Educators. He has recently presented papers and served on panels at the Association of Arts Administration Educators annual conference, the Social Theory, Politics and the Arts annual conference, the ENCATC Annual Conference. He is the author of the chapter Acting Up & Fighting Back: How New York's Artistic Community Responded to AIDS, included in Grassroots Leadership & The Arts For Social Change.

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Small Business Loan Fund » TruFund - More than a loan. An Opportunity.

"Banks and other conventional sources of capital were not willing to provide us with the loan that we needed, but TruFund Financial was there for us," said David Edelman, Executive Director of BAPA.

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Small Business Loan Fund

"Banks and other conventional sources of capital were not willing to provide us with the loan that we needed, but TruFund was there for us," said David Edelman, Executive Director of BAPA.

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