The College of Visual and Performing Arts presents a conversation with two prominent leaders in the arts community who work to foster interdisciplinarity and collaboration in the arts. They will explore the inflection point that results in communities when arts, culture and economic development intersect.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 6:00pm
Recital Hall, School of Music Building
Lecture with Q & A
Light reception to follow
Free and open to the public
This event is made possible by financial support from the Elizabeth F. Little Lectureship in Creativity Endowment and from Anna Harwell Celenza.
Strategic Grantmaking, Arts & Urban Design
The Cleveland Foundation
Topic: “Equity, Excellence and Transformation through the Arts in Cleveland”
Chief Creative Economy Officer
The District of Columbia Office of Cable TV, Film, Music and Entertainment
Topic: “The Creative Economy: What it is, Why it Matters, and How DC has Initiated a Human Centered Approach to Building it”
Moderated by Walker Sanders
President, The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro