The Morning Interview

Horowitz: On being a ‘projectician,’ and more

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Adam Horowitz calls himself a “projectician,” a title he came up with in college when he realized he was “probably not going to have a normal career path.” He works on creative, collaborative projects — parades in Denmark, community performances in Colombia and Peru … and more. He explains his role to KCAW’s Holly Keen, and how he hopes Sitka will help.

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