Artistic director



a person who is responsible for the administration of a theater or ballet company, opera house, etc.
Contemporary Examples

His father was the artistic director of an ad agency, while his mom taught art history.
How Airline Pilot and Instagram Star Adam Senatori Gets Perspective from 1,400 Feet Oliver Jones October 12, 2014

Guyton, founder and artistic director of the project offers his explanation.
Who Is Burning Down Detroit’s World-Famous Street Art? James Fassinger March 13, 2014

The London 2012 artistic director Danny Boyle and the 007 star were given access to film at Buckingham Palace.
James Bond to Open London 2012 Olympics Tom Sykes April 2, 2012

On Thursday, he was named the artistic director of Italian sportswear brand Diesel.
Diesel Names Nicola Formichetti As Artistic Director; Lululemon Restructures to Prevent Against More Sheer Recalls The Fashion Beast Team April 3, 2013

Last week, the artistic director of the Bolshoi Theater, Sergei Filin, was returning home after a theater performance.
The Dark Secrets of the Russian Ballet Anna Nemtsova January 20, 2013

Lynne Meadow [the artistic director of the Manhattan Theatre Club who is also directing this production] also had breast cancer.
Cynthia Nixon on Bisexuality & Her New Role in ‘Wit’ Kevin Sessums January 23, 2012

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