Free Arts and Culture Breakfast Symposium on May 11

Free Arts and Culture Breakfast Symposium on May 11

NJCU Center for the Arts and NJCU Arts Advisory Board to Sponsor

Free Arts and Culture Breakfast Symposium on May 11

Topic: How to Enhance and Support the Cultural Vitality of Jersey City and Region

NJCU Center for the Arts and the NJCU Arts Advisory Board are sponsoring the last in a series of free workshops on capacity building for arts organizations as part of a larger effort to support local arts organizations and artists and encourage dialogues to shape the cultural landscape of the arts in Jersey City and the region.

Arts and Culture Breakfast Symposium will be held on Thursday, May11, 9:00 - 10:30 a.m., in the Skyline Room at the NJCU School of Business, Harborside Plaza 2, 200 Hudson Street, in Jersey City, N.J. 07311. Admission is free with RSVP to the NJCU Center for the Arts at http://bit.ly/2pX0E5U.

A moderated panel discussion featuring New Jersey stakeholders (artists, arts managers, funders, policy makers) will engage in an open dialogue on what can be done to enhance and support the cultural vitality of Jersey City and the region. 

Rhonda Schaffler, Business Correspondent at PBS' NJTV, will moderate a panel discussion featuring:

·         Elizabeth Cain, Director of Cultural Affairs, Jersey City Mayor’s Office

·         Christine Goodman, Founding Director of Arts Productions

·         Robison Holloway, New Jersey City Arts Council

·         William LaRosa, Director of Cultural Affairs and Tourism; County of Hudson, NJ

·         Brian Platt, Director of New Jersey City Innovation Team, Jersey City Mayor’s Office.

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