Rode Microphones Gives Crystal Bridges Offshoot $1M

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018 11:30 am   1 min read

From left to right: Rod Bigelow, executive director and chief diversity and inclusion officer, Crystal Bridges; Melissa Babbage and Peter Freedman of Rode Microphones; Alice Walton, founder and board chair, Crystal Bridges; Joe Hockey, Australia's ambassador to the U.S.; and Lieven Bertels, executive director, The Momentary. (Stephen Ironside)

Rode Microphones of Sydney has given the Momentary, a contemporary arts satellite to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, $1 million.

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