Last week, I disagreed with [The Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel's Tom] Strini, who called for Dillner’s resignation. In light of the most recent events, I’d like to second Strini. Not only should the board ask Dillner to resign, but it should ask Hefty to step down as well. In more than 25 years of observing Milwaukee arts groups, going back to my early days as a freelance writer, I have never seen a board so alienate the community of artists upon which it depends.ahh, bruce. better late than never.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
murphy comes around
milwaukee magazine's bruce murphy, who last week seemed to be the late-comer to the skylight party, has come to the conclusion that managing director eric dillner and board president suzanne hefty have to go:
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