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Greg McCaslin

Arts & Education Consultant


Greg McCaslin has compiled a distinguished track record as a leader and spokesperson in the field of arts and education. Greg has been a member of the Lifelong Peer Learning Program at the CUNY Graduate Center, formerly the Institute for Retired Professionals at the New School, since 2016, where he has served on the Advisory Board. From October 2008 through May 2013, he was Education Director at Roundabout Theatre Company (RTC). Prior to joining RTC, from 1997-2007, Greg was Director of Programs for the Center for Arts Education (CAE) where he designed and inaugurated cutting-edge programs for educational leaders, cultural organization administrators, parents, and artists. Prior to joining CAE, Greg was Director of Education and Information at the New York Foundation for the Arts. He has also served as a consultant to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the 92nd Street Y, Studio in a School, and the Educational Video Center, among others. He has spoken and written extensively about arts in education, notably for the Annenberg Institute for School Reform, the Teaching Artist Journal, and New York State Alliance for Arts Education. In addition to these roles, Greg has distinguished himself by his service on numerous arts advisory panels, including the steering committee for the National Assessment of Educational Progress in the Arts, the Chicago Arts Partnership for Education, the Museum of Biblical Art, and the Entrepreneurship Center for Music at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Greg was an instructor at Nonprofit Management Program of the Milano Graduate School at the New School from 1995-2005. He holds a BA from Theatre Conservatory of Webster College in St. Louis, Missouri, and has furthered his studies at St. Mary's College in California, UC Berkeley, and Columbia University.

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