Country Music Hall of Fame And Museum Promotes Two
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has promoted Celene Aubry to director of Hatch Show Print and Dana Romanello to associate director of museum sales.
As director of Hatch Show Print, Aubry manages the shop while working directly alongside Hatch Show Print’s printer-designers to create and produce letterpress posters and other design work for clients. She is also responsible for collaborating with museums to leverage the historic print shop’s assets to share its mission through exhibitions, events and educational programming. In her nearly 10 years with Hatch Show Print, Aubry has played a key role in guiding the shop’s educational mission in which students and adult learners alike become familiar with letterpress printing and the shop’s 140-year history. Aubry holds a bachelor’s degree from Bryn Mawr College.
Romanello has been named associate director of museum sales. She oversees sales strategies, outreach and entertainment programming for contracted visitation and is responsible for product and experience development for domestic tourism across all museum properties. Romanello joined the museum in 2014 and has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Marshall University and a Student Travel Professional certification from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
Margo Price Joins Willie On Farm Aid Board Of Directors
Margo Price has become the first female artist elected to the Farm Aid Board of Directors. Through a unanimous vote, both Price and Annie Nelson join board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews and six industry professionals in a commitment to further the organization’s efforts to build a vibrant, family farm-centered system of agriculture in America. Price is the second artist to ever be added to Farm Aid’s Board of Directors, following Matthews’ appointment in 2001. Since performing at her first Farm Aid concert in 2016, Price has not missed a year of the festival, and her dedication to Farm Aid’s mission stretches back even further. In addition to hosting the annual Farm Aid Festival, she will work closely to help the organization rally against corporate consolidation, deploy funds and resources to strengthen farm families facing ongoing challenges, and nurture a cultural movement that values the people who bring good food to our tables.
“It is always a thrill to perform alongside my heroes on the Farm Aid stage, and it is one of the greatest honors of my life to become a member of the Farm Aid board,” said Price. “It’s been a dream of mine to help family farmers and communities across America ever since my family lost their farm in the fall of 1984—a year before the first Farm Aid concert. I hope to use my voice to shine light on the issues of climate change, our health and the health of our soil and water, and, most importantly, food justice.”
Hannah Klotz Joins Copperline Team
Hannah Klotz has joined the global distribution company Copperline as Project Manager. In her new role, she will liaison with distribution partner, The Orchard and is responsible for overseeing and coordinating strategy, creative services, marketing, digital advertising, social media management, and more across a diverse group of independent labels and artists. The Texas native’s career began at DigSin under the late Jay Frank. She joined Oswald Entertainment Group and rose to day-to-day manager for Big & Rich. She was on OEG’s management team for the Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel and was most recently Booking and Entertainment Manager for John Rich’s Redneck Riviera on Broadway.
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