Culture Works invites Dayton Region artists and arts administrators to Artists at the Community Development Table–a free one-day workshop presented in partnership with Americans for the Arts.
Artists at the Community Development Table
Date: Thursday, July 18, 2019
Time: 8:00AM – 5:00PM (Breakfast and lunch will be provided)
Location: The Brightside – 905 E. Third Street, Dayton, OH 45402
Cost: Free, but registration is required (see below). Only 50 spots are available and will be reserved on a first come, first served basis.
About the Event:
Integrating artists and arts organizations into discussions about public policy, civic systems, and community development initiatives grows increasingly critical, but many artists and arts administrators don’t feel empowered to engage in these conversations.
Join Americans for the Arts and Culture Works on July 18 for a workshop that will give you practical tools and ideas of how to apply your artistic discipline and creativity to problem solving within your community. This workshop will include case studies, creative group exercises, and opportunities to hear from local artists who are already engaging in this work. Come away feeling reinvigorated and ready to make change!
- Sierra Leone, Spoken Word Artist
- Jes McMillan, Visual Artist
- Roseann Weiss, Creative Consultant
- Con Christeson, Community Artist
How to Register:
There is no cost to participate in this workshop; however, registration is required. Only 50 spots are available, so don’t wait to reserve yours! To register:
- Follow this link: http://bit.ly/2FtX0rp
- Click the orange “Register” button (Located in the upper right corner on desktop, at the bottom of the page on mobile)
- Follow the prompts to “Complete Registration Now”
Note: On the checkout page, you will need to login to your Americans for the Arts account or create a free account if you do not already have one.
- Click “Complete Registration.”
Questions about the event? Please email:
Local Arts Advancement Program Manager
Americans for the Arts
This initiative is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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