This is the third event in Queens Council on the Arts Art Builds Community program, a series of technical development workshops and round table gatherings designed to strengthen and support the Queens arts community. This round table discussion will address the role of partnerships in cultural programming, which is a pressing issue for both organizations and individuals, particularly in todays climate.
Panelists for the round table are Tom Finkelpearl, executive director, Queens Museum of Art; Geoff Rawling, artist and president, Rockaway Artists Alliance; and Barbara Rudnick, district arts coordinator, NYC Board of Education.
The panelists will present ideas and examples of successful arts partnerships through which artists and cultural organizations can expand the impact of their programming while also increasing the opportunity for self-promotion throughout the communities they serve. The panel presentation will be followed by discussion and a question and answer period, as well as an informal reception.
To register or for more information, contact Queens Council on the Arts at 718-647-3377, Ext. 17. Further information about the Art Builds Community Series can also be found at www.queenscouncilarts.org. Admission is free for QCA members, $15 otherwise.
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