As part of a Winterim class, titled “Baltimore 2020,” College of Notre Dame of Maryland will hold two lectures in January on media trends and developments and new directions in the arts and culture. The lectures are open to the public and free of charge.
“Media trends and developments” will be held Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Loyola/Notre Dame Library. Panelists include Alan Walden, an associate faculty member at College of Notre Dame who most recently served for 18 years on WBAL-AM after having been news director of radio stations in Cleveland, Boston and New York; Nat Asch, former program director of WNEW-FM, general manager of KMET in Los Angeles, sports reporter for NBC and producer for HBO; Wanda Draper, director of programming and public affairs at WBAL-TV; Del Parks, vice president of engineering and operations for Sinclair Broadcast Group; and Rob Lang, political reporter and newscaster on WBAL-AM.
“New directions in the arts and culture” will be held Jan. 26 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Loyola/Notre Dame Library. Panelists include Lisa Lewenz, manager of adult programs at the Walters Art Museum; Peter Bruun, director, Art on Purpose; and Tim Smith, music critic at the Sun.