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Episode 3: Faint of He(Art)
Episode 33rd June 2020 • Philanthropy and Social Movements • Students from Harvard Kennedy School
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A podcast about the role of arts and philanthropy in moments of crisis. Together with community artists, scholars, and funders we consider key questions: what value does society place on the arts during crises, and how does this shape philanthropic responses? What lessons about resilience, funding, and survival does the arts community teach the philanthropic sector, and us all, as we imagine and create “new normals” post COVID-19?


Hosts

Yohana Beyene

MPP ’20

Eva Heinstein

MC/MPA ’20

Brooke Wages

MPA/MBA ’21, HKS/MIT Sloan

Kamille Washington

(MC/MPA ’21)

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Credits

Timothy Patrick McCarthy, scholar, activist and Harvard faculty member

Michal Rubin, Vice President of Development at the Cambridge Community Foundation

Ashleigh Gordon, violist and co-founder of Castle of our Skins

Tanya Kalmanovitch, violist and Associate Professor at The New School and faculty at New England Conservatory

Music:

“Done Wit It (Gunna x Young Thug x Travis Scott Type Beat)”

“Stay True (Future x Young Thug x Lil Baby Type Beat)”

By NtheLAB Productions: nthelabproductions.beatstars.com 

A special thanks to Dr. Megan Ming Francis and our fellow students in DPI 367: Philanthropy and Social Movements: Will the Revolution be Funded?

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