IMN's Alycia Mack Named Co-Chair of Midwest Arts Conference

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Thursday January 26, 2012

IMN is proud to announce that our own Alycia Mack has been named Co-Chair of the 2012 Midwest Arts Conference, the preeminent annual booking and education conference for the Midwest performing arts industry. She is joined by Co-Chair Charlie Robin of Edison Theatre at Washington University of St. Louis. Alycia and Charlie have been deeply involved in the conference in previous years and have already been sharing great ideas and guidance as we plan for this year’s conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

More information about the 2012 Midwest Arts Conference is available here

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