Creative Conversations: “Current and Future State of Arts Funding” | Wed., Oct. 22 | Aronoff Center – Fifth Third Bank Theater‏

MISC_CincyEAL logoCreative Conversation:
“Current & Future State of Arts Funding”

Wednesday, October 22, 2014, 5:00-7:00 PM
Aronoff Center for the Arts, Fifth Third Bank Theater

Cincinnati, OH – Join Cincy Emerging Arts Leaders for a Creative Conversation: “Current & Future State of Arts Funding.” Panelists from both public and private institutions will discuss how funding for the arts is fairing in a post-recession economy, and what does the future for arts funding look like?

Panelists:

  • Scott Provancher, Founder & President, provancher+associates; moderator
  • Donna Collins, Executive Director, Ohio Arts Council
  • Alecia Townsend Kintner, President & CEO, ArtsWave
  • Tim Maloney, President & CEO, Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr/U.S. Bank Foundation

The event is free and open to the public. However, preregistration is strongly encouraged. To register or to learn more about the panelists, visit www.cincinnatiarts.org/education-community/cincy-emerging-arts-leaders or contact Kathleen Riemenschneider, kriemenschneider@cincinnatiarts.org at (513) 977-4119.

Every October, in honor of National Arts & Humanities Month, Americans for the Arts partners with arts and community leaders from across the country to host Creative Conversations.

 

The Cincy Emerging Arts Leaders is an extension of the Emerging Leaders Network of the Americans for the Arts and administered by the Cincinnati Arts Association. It supports the professional development needs of arts professionals in the Greater Cincinnati area. The group first met in October 2006 as part of the Creative Conversations series that Americans for the Arts sponsors annually. http://www.facebook.com/CincyEAL

National Arts and Humanities Month is coordinated by Americans for the Arts. Americans for the Arts is dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts. The month-long celebration has become the largest annual celebration of the arts and humanities in the nation. More information about Americans for the Arts, Creative Conversations, and National Arts and Humanities Month is available at www.AmericansForTheArts.org.

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