President, Bronitsky and Associates
Gordon Bronitsky is trained as an anthropologist (Ph.D., University of Arizona, 1977). For the last eighteen years, he has been founder/president of Bronitsky and Associates. He works with groups and artists around the world who want to preserve, promote and develop their culture and heritage and voices on their own terms.
Bronitsky and Associates collaborates with Indigenous talent around the world in the international cultural marketing of traditional and contemporary art, music, dance, fashion, film/video, photography, theater, and speaking/writing. Bronitsky and Associates also works with Indigenous communities in festival development as an integral part of economic expansion across sectoral boundaries.
In 2009, Gordon acted as the senior producer of ORIGINS: First Nations Festival™, which brought Indigenous theater companies and performers from the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand to venues all across London. In 2010 he was the Fulbright Senior Specialist at Moi University in Kenya, working cooperatively in the creation of an African theater festival. In 2011, Gordon traveled to Belgrade, Serbia, to assist in the development of a Balkans performing arts festival through the Ethnographic Museum. In the same year, he was a speaker at the inaugural Royal Opera House Muscat Aspen Creative Arts Summit in Muscat, Oman. In 2012, he worked with the National Institute of Culture and History in Belize to produce an international Indigenous music festival. He is currently producing IndigeNOW! Indigenous Opera From Three Continents and Three Countries.