Reno's Arts Renaissance: The Arts as a Bridge to Our Community's Recovery
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About the Event
We all know the arts play a crucial role in shaping Reno's community and culture, but did you know that it also has an impact on the local economy too? For July we discuss the impact of the arts on our community’s economic and individual recovery from the pandemic. We will take a deeper look at what the obstacles and opportunities we face in fully supporting the recovery of our region's thriving arts scene... and how the arts are helping shepherd us out of the pandemic and into a bright new future.
Dennyse Sewell - Executive Director for the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts
Tracy Oliver - Executive Director of the Sierra Arts Foundation
Megan Burner - Public Art Program Coordinator, City of Reno - Arts, Culture, & Events
Manal Toppozada - Founder and Executive Director of Note-Able Music Therapy
Amy Barthel - Fine Arts Coordinator for the Washoe County School District
RSVP appreciated but NOT required!
July 28th @ 12 NOON Lunchtime WatchParty on the Truckee Meadows Tomorrow YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/39X2Gqb
Mural art in image by Joe C. Rock
This speaker series is made possible by the generous support of Renown Health, Wells Fargo, Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN,) Washoe Education Association, OnStrategy and NV Energy
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We hope to see you there!