CPAC's third Arts and Culture Roundtable of the 2013 series will focus on Advocacy. On May 10 Kelly J. Barsdate, Chief Program and Planning officer for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA),will join the arts and culture community at the Cleveland Botanical Garden, Woodland Hall, to discuss the idea of advocacy, how to do it right and what it can mean for arts and culture organizations as well as individual artists.
Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and the discussion will start promptly at 8:30. The session ends at 10:00 a.m.
Kelly J. Barsdate is the Chief Program and Planning officer for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA), where she’s worked since 1991. She oversees NASAA’s knowledge services, including research, state policy analysis and member education programs. She also provides planning and evaluation consultation to public arts agencies, foundations and corporate arts supporters. In addition to designing NASAA’s own web seminars and conferences, Barsdate is a frequent facilitator and speaker at local, state and national arts gatherings. Her personal arts background includes formal training in dance, music and ceramics. Born and raised in Alaska, she is an outdoor enthusiast and an avid birdwatcher and angler.
Pay parking will be available in the musuem garages at regular rates and metered street parking is also availible.
Please post questions ahead of time to our Creative Compass forum. We'll share these posts with the event moderator prior to the live discussion. The Arts and Culture Roundtable is a way for representatives from the arts and culture community to come together and discuss common concerns and solutions.
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