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Monday September 8, 2003
Arts series director resigns

photo Ken Foster, the UApresents director, who has worked to bring more student participation into the program and nearly tripled ticket sales in less than a decade, announced Friday that he will resign.

After nine years as director of the UA's performing arts series, Foster will move to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Oct. 13 to take a position as the executive director.

"Ken has really established UApresents as a really exciting, visionary arts program," said Saundra Taylor, vice president for campus life. "He is really leaving us a legacy we can build on." [Read article]

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