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superstar of culture

noun [ C ] / su·​per·​star of cul·​tur /

a cultural change-maker; a champion of all things arts, culture, and education-related; a leader within the arts and culture field; an individual that we can all learn from

see also: cultural superhero, cultural role model

 
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Lauren Lessing, the change-embracer

However strange, change just cannot be arranged. Though many of us dream to outpace and replace it, why not embrace it, retrace it, and...

Dorien Jongsma, the creative improviser

Heartbreak, heartache, hardship, hard-clip … call it what you will, but we all face it. When it strikes, it hurts. It hits. And sometimes...

Teres Hallman, the curious machine

You, me, she, he, they… we are all born as little curiosity machines. We see things, smell things, hear things, touch things, taste...

Jordia Benjamin, the opportunity-opener

What does it take to change how people think and feel about the arts? Perhaps a little bit of time? A little bit of energy? Without a...

Alison Wade, the museum community builder

Did you know there are more museums than Starbucks in the United States? In fact, according to the Institute of Museum and Library...

Brittany Liscord, the superhero

Like Batman's Batcave, buried deep down beneath the ground and hidden (in this case, behind fantastical stage curtains!), a super-secret...

María Acaso, the arts education catalyst

How can we think outside the "think outside the box" box? And how do the arts and education play into that? In her recent book, Art...

Isabel Medarde, the community role model

Imagine the excitement built up as forty some-odd actors, musicians, technicians, and extras buzzed around the small city of León, Spain...

Margaret Aiken, the mentor

Margaret Aiken lives, breathes, and thinks arts education. A Yale '04 and Tufts '10 alumna, Margaret not only has the academic...

 

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