Attention: Individual Artists, Arts Educators, Non-profit Cultural Organizations, Non-Cultural Non-profit Organizations with Art Programs, Creative Industries, Teaching Artists, Cultural Venues, Festival/Annual Event Organizations, and Educational Institutions
Erie Arts & Culture is seeking the opinions of Erie community cultural and creative stakeholders. Please join us Friday, June 14th from 5 pm - 7 pm in the café of Gannon University's Morosky College of Health Sciences Building (150 West 10th Street) for a Cultural and Creative Stakeholder Town Hall.
Kathy Wyrosdick, City of Erie Planning Director, will facilitate this interactive session in an effort to gain valuable insight from stakeholders as to how they envision a healthy and sustainable cultural ecosystem for our community. Once in agreement, the discussion will continue in order to identify active measures we, as a community, can take to cultivate this ecosystem and ensure its success for future generations.
In attendance will be author and advocate for community engagement in the arts Doug Borwick. Doug is author of Engaging Matters, a blog for ArtsJournal, Building Communities, Not Audiences: The Future of the Arts in the U.S., and Engage Now! A Guide to Making the Arts Indispensable. He will be collecting stakeholder input to help in his facilitation of Erie Arts & Culture's Strategic Planning Session scheduled for later this month.
Morosky College of Health Sciences Building
150 West 10th Street | Café