LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky Performing Arts (KPA) (formerly The Kentucky Center) announced Monday that Bryan Warren is joining the staff as vice president of education and community arts.
Warren will oversee KPA’s mission to serve Greater Louisville and the commonwealth through education and community arts programs that build lifelong relationships with the arts. He will work with programs including ArtsReach, ArtsThrive, ArtsRise & Governor’s School for the Arts to further the organizations impact and build valuable educational arts opportunities across the state.
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Warren comes to KPA from the Louisville Forward Office of Metro Louisville, where he served as director of the office for globalization, bringing together government, business and civic leaders to welcome new international residents for economic and community growth. Prior to his role with the city, he served as executive director of Asia Institute-Crane House, a non-profit Asian cultural organization in Louisville, and as an associate curator of education at The Speed Art Museum.
As a working artist and curator, Warren will step into a new role that fuses his passion for community and the arts.