The Freedoms We Ignore and Forget

In concert halls, a familiar scenario unfolds with remarkable consistency: some of the audience will approach a classical concert with trepidation. They often mention the same things, “I’m not sure if I’m listening correctly,” or, “I read the program notes but I’m not sure if I could detect the intricacies mentioned in the notes.” I … Read more

A letter from Board President Alan Bonderud

“When the music started, the prison walls disappeared.” In a recent issue of the “Walker Talker”, the in-house Walker State Prison newspaper, one author attested to the work and broad impact Arts Capacity programming has on the culture at Walker State when they wrote that the work of Arts Capacity is “transforming the culture inside … Read more