Monday, December 26, 2016

New head appointed for Pittsburgh film and arts center

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Germaine Williams, a senior program officer for arts and culture with the Pittsburgh Foundation, is the new chief executive officer of Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.

Mr. Williams, 43, takes over the nonprofit on Jan. 23. He will oversee an organization with a $4 million annual budget, fewer than 30 full-time employees and many part-time workers and adjunct teachers. It operates a film school in Oakland, an arts center and gift shop in Shadyside and also screens films at the Regent Square Theater, the Downtown Harris Theater and the Melwood Screening Room in Oakland.

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