BPAC Mission Statement
The mission of Baruch Performing Arts Center (BPAC) is to serve the Baruch College
community by inserting the performing arts into all aspects of Baruch College life, including the interests of the students, faculty, staff and alumni. As part of the Weissman School of Arts & Sciences, the center achieves this goal through performing arts programming and allied activities that support and enrich the educational curriculum through out the college, as well as opening new areas of interest to promote the growth of students as individuals educated for life as well as work, while encouraging the faculty, staff, alumni and general public to become engaged as audience and supporters.
Programming for the Baruch community:
The BPAC staff presents
programming that reflect the various interests of the college, including academic departments, college administration, advancement and student life. Through its management services, BPAC and the Weissman School of Arts & Sciences support programming on an individual basis such as: the Joel Segall Great Works Readings, the Aaron Silberman Concert Series, the Alexander String Quartet Residency, Weissman Talks Onstage Dialogue Series, and the 55UnderGround Concert Series.
Space allocation and management assistance within the Baruch Community:
When appropriate and financially feasible, the BPAC will accommodate requests by various departments, student life organizations and interested individuals of the Baruch community to use BPAC's venues to further the mission of the college as a whole. As part of the use of space, BPAC staff will advise and assist when possible in event management, including budgeting, marketing and technical assistance.
Rentals to outside users:
Rentals serve BPAC and the college as they generate income to support BPAC activities and augment programming that further increase the offerings available to Baruch students, faculty and staff. BPAC's selective and creative rental policy often secures special tickets to rental events, master classes, guest speakers, lecture demonstrations and other types of enriching activities for the Baruch Community.
John Malatesta (646) 312-4083 email@example.com
Ariadne Condos (646) 312-4082 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert McGinnis (646) 312-4086 email@example.com
Senior Facilities Manager
Rachel Gilmore (646) 312-4087 firstname.lastname@example.org
Geoffrey Barnes, Tsubasa Kamei, Paul Riznyk,
Brian Sierra, Justin Chick
Robert Bronstein (646) 312-4081 email@example.com
Financial & Administrative Assistant
Fama Gueye (646) 312-4090 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mecca Meyers (646) 312-5086 email@example.com
Brian Sierra (646) 312-4092
Box Office Manager
Jeffrey Wigton (646) 312-5073 firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Box Office Managers
Sana Shaheed (646) 312-5073 PerformingArtsCenter@baruch.cuny.edu
Liz Skollar (646) 312-5073 PerformingArtsCenter@baruch.cuny.edu