Flo Low is the Associate Director, Arts Programs at the Israel Institute and is responsible for the Visiting Artists Program, which has brought over 100 Israeli artists to top North American universities (The Juilliard School, California Institute of the Arts, UCLA) over the last decade. She was formerly Associate General Manager of the La Jolla Playhouse, a Tony Award-winning professional non-profit theatre. As an independent producer, she conceived and produced “Four Minutes From the Frontlines,” a series of animated documentary shorts amplifying the stories of first responders on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as a reading tour of COME MY BELOVED, a new play by Em Weinstein about the shared history and future of black and Jewish communities in the United States.
I MAKE BIG IDEAS
A graduate of the MFA program in Theater Management at the Yale School of Drama, Flo served as the Associate Managing Director of the Yale School of Drama, where she was responsible for 15 productions as well as the international presenting series and special events at Yale Repertory Theatre. She also served as Company Manager of Yale Repertory Theatre and as Managing Director of the Yale Summer Cabaret for a record-breaking 2015 season. In Israel, Flo worked in the Director General’s office of the Education Department of the Jewish Agency; managed strategic projects in the Former Soviet Union Department of the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), and serves as a First Lieutenant (res.) in the Israel Defense Forces. She completed her service after graduating magna cum laude from Barnard College and the Jewish Theological Seminary. Flo believes passionately in the power of the arts to move hearts and change minds, and is dedicated to arts initiatives that advance equity, diversity and inclusion.