The Ethics Incubator
Sensei Richard Amos Full Interview
Sensei Richard Amos is currently Chief Instructor of the World Traditional Karate Association (WTKO). He began studying the Japanese martial art of Shotokan Karate at the age of ten. By the age of 23 he had established himself as a champion figure on the Karate competitive scene throughout England and continental Europe. In 1989, Sensei Amos moved to Japan to pursue the coveted Japan Karate Association (JKA) instructor program. By 1994, he graduated as a JKA instructor at the headquarters...
Janet Eilber Full Interview
The Martha Graham Dance Company was founded in 1926 by Martha Graham, widely recognized as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and creator of an iconic approach to dance based on the human body’s capacity for expression. The company continues to lead the modern dance world today, bringing together Martha’s classic choreography and costumes with today’s choreographers, technology, and audience expectations. Janet Eilber has been Martha Graham Dance Company’s Artistic Director...
Martin Roth: On Ethics & Museums as the Keepers of Memory
Professor Dr. Martin Roth was Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London from September 2011 until he stepped down to pursue other interests at the end of October 2016 after a highly successful five-year term. During his tenure, the V&A won the coveted Museum of the Year Award from the Art Fund in 2016 and has pursued an active international policy that included developing extensive networks of international partners and regional relations such as those with China, India,...
Sarah Chang: ON AUTHENTICITY, LEGACY AND MUCH MORE
Sarah Chang is widely lauded as one of today’s great violinists. She enrolled in the New York Juilliard School at the age of 6 and debuted with the New York Philharmonic at the age of 8 playing Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1 under world famous conductor Zubin Mehta. Ms. Chang has gone on to record 20 studio albums––some in collaboration with such greats as the Spanish virtuoso tenor and conductor Plácido Domingo and the American trumpeter and composer Wynton Marsalis––alongside live...
Frank Gehry: On Ethics, Architecture and Much More
The world renowned Architect Frank Gehry has been called “the greatest architect we have today” by the acclaimed architect Philip Johnson. His career has spanned more than five decades designing architectural masterpieces in over six countries on three continents. Mr. Gehry’s work includes the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California, and the Louis Vuitton Foundation’s new center in the Bois de Boulogne outside of Paris, France. Mr. Gehry...