Steven Raider-Ginsburg, MFA
 Director, Carol Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities
 Joined USJ: 2015

 Steven Raider-Ginsburg is currently the director of the University of Saint Joseph’s

 Carol Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities — a mission-based, world-class

 arts presenter that receives over 30,000 guests a year. Steven began his career at New

 WORLD Theater at UMass Amherst before going on to work with some of the   nation’s most illustrious theater-makers, including: the San Francisco Mime Troupe,

 Anna Deveare-Smith,   Shakespeare and Company, Augusto Boal, Michael Rohd and 

 Sojourn Theater, Steve Cosson and The Civilians, and others. After moving to Hartford, 

 Conn., he co-founded the award- winning, original-creation theater company, 

 HartBeat Ensemble, where he continues to serve as artistic director. American Theater

 magazine honored him as one of 25 young theater artists most likely to influence

 theater in the next 25 years and, in 2014, he was chosen as one of Hartford’s 40 under

 40. He is a member of the 2012 Lincoln Center Directors Lab, and holds an MFA in

 Directing from Boston University, as well as a certificate in Curatorial Practice from 

 Wesleyan University. He has served on the Hartford Commission on Cultural Affairs, is

 a current Yale University Pierson College Fellow, and is an alumnus of the National

 Arts Strategies' Chief Executive Program. Academic Degrees: MFA, Boston University


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