ARTS &: WHAT’S NEXT FOR ST. LOUIS’ ARTS COMMUNITY?

Regional Arts Commission shares the next steps for our growing arts and culture sector

MEDIA ALERT

For more information, contact Mike Wilmering, O’Malley Hansen Communications, 314-721-8121mike.wilmering@omalleyhansen.com

Also, visit vision.racstl.org for more information.

 

WHAT

In 2018, the Regional Arts Commission (RAC) revealed ARTS &: A Creative Vision for St. Louis, which culminated an 18-month effort to identify a new direction for the arts in our region. Thousands of St. Louisans participated and identified six priorities they believe will help St. Louis move forward over the coming years. Now RAC invites the arts community and its advocates to hear what’s next for ARTS & and St. Louis’ growing arts sector.

Artists, arts organizations, and other community stakeholders will deepen the community’s understanding of the six priorities identified in the ARTS & report.

 

WHEN

Friday, February 8

9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

 

WHO

Mont Levy, chairman of RAC

Felicia Shaw, executive director of RAC

Michael Kaiser, a nationally renowned leader in arts management who has completed a seminal study of St. Louis’ nonprofit arts sector and is facilitating RAC’s internal strategic planning process

Amy Rome, principal and founder of the Rome Group, a local nonprofit consulting firm contracted to facilitate the arts sector engagement process

Interview opportunities will be available and may also be arranged in advance of the event.

 

WHERE

.ZACK

3224 Locust

St. Louis, Missouri 63103

 

WHY

RAC is at the forefront of efforts to transform St. Louis into a more vibrant, creative, and economically thriving community. Through the findings of the ARTS & report, along with the help of the Rome Group and various artists and art organizations, RAC believes this is a vital next step to achieving its goal.

 

 

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