The Artist as Problem Solver II: Building the Capacity of Artists and Cultural Workers as Civic Leaders
March 21 & 22, 2019 at St. John’s Episcopal Church 2600 Church Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44113
The Joyce Foundation’s Culture Program — with co-sponsors The Gund Foundation — hosts this event is free open to those actively working or deeply interested in the role of the arts in fostering and preserving equitable communities, neighborhood health and resilience, economic mobility, spatial justice, memory and heritage, and collective civic imagination. In addition to the themes addressed by our roster of national arts leaders, particular attention will be placed on placekeeping and placemaking case studies from Chicago. Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis-St. Paul.
View and download the full program here.
View and download the full speaker bios here.
Space is limited and available on a first-come basis. Register via Eventbrite to confirm your attendance.
Opening Keynote & Reception:
Full-Day Panels & Workshops:
Video from the 2018 summit:
Check out photos from the 2018 summit here.