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Temkin Appointed Interim Executive Director of Community School of Music and Arts

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Apr 01, 2013
Mountain View, CA
WTC

The Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) announced today that Andrea Temkin, veteran arts educator and former CSMA executive director, has been appointed interim executive director. 

Temkin served as CSMA executive director for eight years (1994-2001). She is a veteran arts administrator with over 30 years of experience, including both art and music education. Since leaving CSMA she has been the principal of AST Consulting Group, providing strategies for change, systems analysis and design and executive coaching for nonprofits, educational institutions and the public sector. Temkin most recently served as the visual and performing arts manager at the Alameda County Office of Education where she worked on a nationally acclaimed arts education model: the Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership project.

Temkin said of her new position, “I am extremely pleased to be able to step in during this transitional time. I have always felt that I never truly left the CSMA family!”

She will serve until a permanent executive director is hired.


About Community School of Music and Arts
Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) at Finn Center is a regional center committed to providing Arts for All, regardless of age, level, background or economic means. Since its founding in 1968, CSMA has grown to be the largest non-profit provider of arts education programs in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties reaching 40,000 people of all ages (pre-school through adults) annually. CSMA’s international faculty of over 100 professional musicians, artists and educators provide on-site and off-site programs in music, visual and new media arts, including: classes, private lessons and camps; arts-in-the-schools (Arts in Action, Music in Action); and concerts, exhibits, lectures and multi-cultural outreach events. In keeping with CSMA’s commitment to accessibility, the school provides financial aid. In 2004, CSMA opened the doors of its permanent home at Finn Center (230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View), heralding the beginning of a new era for the organization and for the arts and cultural life of Silicon Valley. CSMA is among the top 10 schools of its kind in the nation.

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