For a chance to enact meaningful change to the relationship between arts and the city, the public is invited to participate in Arts & The City 3. The third in a series, this year’s theme is “Cultivating Connections.” Arts & The City 3 is structured as a roundtable discussion to generate new ideas for the intersection of the arts and city administrative policies. The ideas generated won’t be filed into some abstract, never-looked-at-again dossier either — they’ll actually be used to inform meaningful policy development. The St. John’s Municipal Arts Plan was created based on the consultation with artists and community members from the last Arts & The City symposium. Arts & The City 3 starts with an opening reception on May 24, followed by a day of roundtables, open forums, and panel discussions on May 25.
Participants are invited to register by phone at 576-2563 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.