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Conferences & Publications

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Marc Vogl has spoken at the following conferences:

  • National Performance Network/Visual Arts Network Annual Conference, San Francisco (2017)
  • University of San Francisco, Art & Architecture Lecture Series, (2017)
  • Intersection for the Arts, "Resist: How Artists Can Survive & Strategize Under the New Regime," San Francisco (2017)
  • Brown University, Center for Public Humanities, Providence (2016)
  • American Alliance for the Arts, Atlanta (2015)
  • Devo Day, Annual Conference for Bay Area Development & Marketing Professionals, San Francisco (2015)
  • Western Arts Alliance Annual Conference, Seattle (2014)
  • Americans for the Arts, Nashville (2014)
  • Theatre Bay Area Annual Conference, Berkeley (2014) 
  • Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival, Toronto (2012)
  • The Emergence Conference at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (2012)
  • Wallace Foundation’s Beyond Dynamic Adaptability Conference (2011)
  • Americans for the Arts (2010)
  • Grantmakers in the Arts (2009, 2010)
  • The Banco Itau Innovation Conference (Sao Paolo, 2010)

Marc Vogl's writing has appeared in the following publications:

  • National Arts Strategies’ Field Notes @

  • Americans for the Arts – ArtsBlog

  • Grantmakers in the Arts Reader

  • Stanford Social Innovation Review

  • National Alliance for Media Arts & Culture - Arts Blog

  • Kennedy School Review

  • KQED – “Perspectives”

Recently, Vogl Consulting worked with fellow consultants to survey over 1,000 artists and culture workers in 2017 and create a report on findings and recommendations about the arts in the Trump Administration.

Arts & the New Administration Report



In the Fall of 2016, Marc Vogl was Visiting Professor of Practice at The John Nicholas Brown Center for the Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage at Brown University. He taught graduate seminars on Managing and Evaluating Arts & Cultural Institutions and Creativity, Community and Controversy in Cultural Police.

The John Nicholas Brown Center is a division of the American Studies Department and awards Masters in Public Humanities degrees.  Marc is now a member of the Center’s Advisory Board.

Marc has also been a guest speaker in graduate and undergraduate classes in the University of San Francisco's arts management program.

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