Laura Zucker

Los Angeles County Arts Commission

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Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission and Director of the Masters of Arts Management program at Claremont Graduate University

Laura Zucker on KCRW

Four years ago, the Museum of Contemporary Art was on the brink of financial disaster.

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