Jack Rogers, CEO/Executive Director
Start Date: 2013
Jack brings over nineteen years of professional arts experience with him to the Lincoln Center, having worked as an artist, tour manager, stage manager, and a venue operations director. Jack is proud to have worked in a venue at least one day in each of the lower 48 states.
Jack comes to Colorado from Atlanta where he settled after hanging up his touring hat and working as the Theatrical Operations Manager for the Office of the Arts at Georgia Tech. In addition to event and facility management, Jack oversaw the Institute's first artist-in-residence program, and produced the inaugural TechArts Festival, a multi-venue, multi-day celebration of the digital, visual, literary and performing arts. Prior to his time as a Yellowjacket, Jack oversaw facility and events management as Production Manager at the Rialto Center for the Arts.
Jack obtained a BFA from Long Island University, and an MPA from Georgia State University. Jack is a staunch advocate for the arts, having recently served as Vice President of Programs for the Georgia Arts Network, the state's official arts advocacy organization.