Renowned broadcast journalist Sir John Tusa hosted a roundtable discussion on the impact that impending budget cuts and more limited financial resources will have on the performing arts sector. The roundtable was conducted at the Salzburg Global Seminar in Austria as part of the conference: "The Performing Arts in Lean Time: Opportunities for Reinvention."Tusa spoke with leading arts administrators from the United States, South Africa, Lebanon, and Ireland, asking them to reflect on different arts funding models and differing contexts within which the arts exist in various parts of the world. Are there lessons to be learned from regions where the arts have always confronted "lean times?"Discussants included Lawrence Goldman, chief executive officer of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in the United States; Delecia Forbes, director of the Department of Economic Development and Tourism of the Western Cape in Cape Town South Africa; Lyne Sneige, Regional Manager of Cultural Leadership International, British Council, Lebanon; and Willie White, Artistic Director of the Project Arts Centre in Dublin, Ireland.moreless
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