About Marc Vogl

Name: Marc

Web Site: http://www.hewlett.org

Bio: Marc Vogl is a program officer at Hewlett Foundation managing grants to Bay Area arts organizations and developing strategies to promote next generation leadership. Marc is co-Chair of the city of Oakland’s Cultural Commission’s Funding Advisory Committee and is a member of the Northern California Grantmakers Arts Loan Fund. Marc served on the San Francisco Arts Task Force and Barack Obama’s National Arts Policy Committee. Marc has worked for over a decade with artists and performing arts groups in the Bay Area. He co-founded the sketch comedy group Killing My Lobster and the Hi/Lo Film Festival and served as executive director of Lobster Theater Project, a multi-disciplinary San Francisco non-profit arts organization. Marc's experiences in the arts have included acting, writing, directing and producing award winning comedy shows and new plays, making short films, and programming film festivals. Marc received the 2010 Emerging Leader Award from Americans for the Arts for his efforts to support young arts leaders. Marc lives in San Francisco with his wife and 1 year old son.

Posts by mvogl:

ARTSblog holds week-long Blog Salons, a series of posts by guest bloggers, that focus on an overarching theme within a core area of Americans for the Arts' work. Here are links to the most recent Salons:

Arts Education

Early Arts Education

Common Core Standards

Quality, Engagement & Partnerships

Emerging Leaders

Taking Communities to the Next Level

New Methods & Models

Public Art

Best Practices

Evaluation

Arts Marketing

Audience Engagement

Winning Audiences

Powered by Community

Animating Democracy

Arts & the Military

Scaling Up Programs & Projects

Social Impact & Evaluation

Humor & Social Change

Private Sector Initatives

Arts & Business Partnerships

Business Models in the Arts

Local Arts Agencies

Cultural Districts

Economic Development

Trends, Collaborations & Audiences

Art in Rural Communities

Alec Baldwin and Nigel Lythgoe talk about the state of the arts in America at Arts Advocacy Day 2012. The acclaimed actor and famed producer discuss arts education and what inspires them.