Flint Institute of Music (Flint, Michigan) changes lives through a lifelong continuum of world-class music, dance, and theatre. Since its founding in 1971, Flint Institute of Music has sought to bring the best in arts entertainment and education to Flint and the surrounding area. Comprised of the Flint Symphony Orchestra, Flint School of Performing Arts, and Flint Repertory Theatre, the FIM touches the lives of more than 300,000 individuals each year through concerts, performances, and lessons.
The Vice President of Artistic and Community Programs (VPACP) is a newly-created role for the FIM, and is designed to unify the FIM’s exciting array of theatre, dance, music, and film programming, as well as seek opportunities for innovative collaborations that will deliver on the promise of its multi-disciplinary model. This role provides leadership and cohesive vision for all artistic and community initiatives across the entire FIM campus and beyond. This includes serving as a thought partner and “connective tissue” for the artistic curators of each of these respective areas, representing both producing and presenting entities.