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ENGAGE: Virtual Careers in the Arts - Director of Ticketing Services

The Hult Center’s Education & Community Engagement program released another installment of their Virtual Careers in the Arts series last week. This series of interviews allows students an opportunity to connect and learn how professionals in our venue developed their careers. Join Jen Cumberworth as she chats all things ticketing with Adam DeVries, our Director of Ticketing Services.


We’ll let Jen explain why you should give it a watch:

“In this latest session of our Careers in the Arts series, I got to chat with our amazing Director of Ticketing Services, Adam DeVries. After working together for nearly three years, it was so wonderful to have the opportunity to learn about all that he does and how he got here. From his past in music education working in the Midwest, all the way to his current position at the Hult Center, we learn working in the Ticket Office is much more than selling a ticket. In this session, Adam provided a behind-the-scenes overview of everything the Ticket Office handles from customer service to building shows to settling shows and everything in between!  Check out this session and learn the secret behind where the “best” seat in the house actually is.”

Interested in watching live? You can email our Education Department or head to our Education Programs page and sign up to receive Zoom information. Our next session will be on Tuesday, April 13th at 4 pm with the Hult Center’s Director of Programming, Vicki Infinito.