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Wednesday, June 20
 

4:30pm

Women’s Opera Network: Taking Control of Our Narrative
Limited Capacity filling up

Women leaders will share how artists and audiences are reimagining women’s stories in opera, both in standard repertoire and through the creation of new works. A second discussion will focus on practical ways to build a personal network, take risks to jump barriers, and establish gender parity in an environment that confronts misogyny and respects women. Attendees will also learn how the Women’s Opera Network is connecting mentors and protégés, creators, colleagues and allies.

Reception to follow.

REFERENCE AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS SESSION:
Book: Opera, or the Undoing of Women by Catherine Clement


In our continued effort to provide resources and content that is relevant to our members, please take a moment to take our soft skill survey.  Collected responses will be used to help formulate programming for future WON calls, webinars and conference sessions. All contact information will be kept confidential and only used by OPERA America staff and WON steering committee members for participation requests.  

Survey Link:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/26TDSWW


Moderators
avatar for Jane Pigott

Jane Pigott

Trustee, Lyric Opera of Chicago
I love travelling around the world to collect musical experiences.
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Kathryn Smith

General Director, Madison Opera
Kathryn Smith is General Director of Madison Opera, a Vice Chair of OPERA America's Board of Directors, and Chair of the Women's Opera Network Steering Committee. Under her leadership, Madison Opera has expanded its repertoire with twelve company premieres, created a Studio Artist... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ana De Archuleta

Ana De Archuleta

President & CEO, ADA Artist Management
Ana De Archuleta has quickly established herself as one of the most sought after managers in the operatic field. Representing a thriving roster of vocalists, conductors, and directors worldwide, ADA Artists can be seen at the Metropolitan Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, English National... Read More →
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Cheryl Hickman

General and Artistic Director, Opera on the Avalon
Cheryl Hickman is the General and Artistic Director of Opera on the Avalon (Newfoundland), a company which she founded in 2009. She has been the Artistic Director since it’s inception and took on the role of General Director in 2014. She led a $3 million capital campaign, supported... Read More →
avatar for Gayle P.W. Jackson

Gayle P.W. Jackson

President & CEO, Energy Global, Inc.
Gayle Jackson has 40 years of international energy industry experience spanning conventional fuels production, transport, trading, marketing, energy efficiency, advisory services for early-stage cleantech companies and for private equity firms, public policy formulation and consulting... Read More →
avatar for Laura Kaminsky

Laura Kaminsky

Ambassador/Composer
Composer of AS ONE (co-librettists Mark Campbell and Kimberly Reed), the most frequently produced contemporary opera, with two dozen productions since its 2014 premiere at BAM. Currently working on TODAY IT RAINS (also with Campbell and Reed), commissioned by Opera Parallele in collaboration... Read More →
LK

Liz Kellogg

Human Resource Director, The Santa Fe Opera
Director of Human Resources, with the Santa Fe Opera since 2000.SPHR, member of SHRM and the Northern New Mexico local chapter.Human resource generalist, with areas of emphasis in all major areas of the discipline. Have practiced in HR for going on 30 years!
avatar for Esther Nelson

Esther Nelson

General & Artistic Director, Boston Lyric Opera
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Karen Quisenberry

Production Director, Minnesota Opera
Karen Quisenberry joined Minnesota Opera as Production Director in August 2013. Since her arrival she has had the privilege of working on a number of world premiers including The Manchurian Candidate, The Shining, and Dinner at Eight, while helping to develop creative design teams... Read More →
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Jeri Sedlar

Member, OPERA America Board of Overseers
Jeri Sedlar is an author, motivational speaker, and has earned the title of America’s “rewiring®” expert. She is a master of retirement life planning and has been doing research on personal growth and transition for over 20 years. She has interviewed hundreds of professionals... Read More →
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Karen Slack

Soprano
Hailed for possessing a voice of extraordinary beauty, a seamless legato and great dramatic depth, American soprano Karen Slack was most recently heard as Anna in Le Villi with Scottish Opera, Alice Ford in Falstaff with Arizona Opera, Aida with Austin Opera, Donna Anna with Nashville... Read More →
avatar for Dona D. Vaughn

Dona D. Vaughn

Artistic Director, Opera Maine & Manhattan School of Music

Sponsors
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Caleres

Sponsor: Women's Opera Network and Reception, Caleres
Caleres is a diverse portfolio of global footwear brands, which fit people’s lives: Family, Healthy Living and Contemporary Fashion. Our products are available virtually everywhere - in the over 1,200 retail stores we operate, in hundreds of major department and specialty stores... Read More →
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Fisher Dachs Associates

Sponsor: Equity Theme, Fisher Dachs Associates
Fisher Dachs Associates is dedicated to creating performing arts spaces that work brilliantly for all constituents; the artists, the audience, management and staff. Our expertise is in planning and designing intimate, dynamic, technically superb and highly functional theatres, opera... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Regency Ballroom A/B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt Regency 315 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, MO 63102
  • Area of Focus WON
  • KEY THEME Equity
  • Reservations Required Yes
  • Live Stream Recorded for later distribution

6:30pm

Women’s Opera Network Reception
Limited Capacity seats available

Hosted by Diane Sullivan and Caleres, a light pre-performance reception provides an opportunity to connect with colleagues and allies following the Women's Opera Network discussions. Cash bar available.

Shuttle buses departing at 7:00 pm and 7:15 pm will allow you to attend the performance of Regina presented by Opera Theatre of Saint Louis.

Sponsors
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Caleres

Sponsor: Women's Opera Network and Reception, Caleres
Caleres is a diverse portfolio of global footwear brands, which fit people’s lives: Family, Healthy Living and Contemporary Fashion. Our products are available virtually everywhere - in the over 1,200 retail stores we operate, in hundreds of major department and specialty stores... Read More →


Wednesday June 20, 2018 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Regency Ballroom E/F, 2nd Floor Hyatt Regency, 315 Chestnut Street, St. Louis, MO 63102
  • Area of Focus WON
 
Friday, June 22
 

1:45pm

All Conference Roundtable: Confronting Sexual Harassment, Abuse and Assault
Understanding the dimensions of sexual harassment, abuse and assault is essential for every staff member, trustee, volunteer and artist – but is only a first step. Ensuring that your company has policies, procedures and a culture that protect everyone who brings our art form to life is the essential next step and requires an organization-wide commitment. This session will feature advice from experts and discussion among members about ways to sustain a respectful creative environment.

Speakers
avatar for Adrienne D. Davis

Adrienne D. Davis

Vice Provost and William M. Van Cleve Professor, Washington University in St. Louis
Professor Adrienne Davis holds a dual appointment as Vice Provost and William M. Van Cleve Professor in the Law School of Washington University in St. Louis. Professor Davis is renowned for her scholarship and teaching on gender and race relations; theories of justice and reparations... Read More →


Friday June 22, 2018 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Regency Ballroom C/D, 2nd Floor, Hyatt Regency 315 Chestnut Street, St, Louis, MO 63012