CPAC will kick off our 2013 Arts and Culture Roundtable series with a focus on sustainability. On January 25, Hunter Morisson will join the arts and culture community to present and discuss information about the Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium Initiative (NEOSCC). We'll discuss how the arts and culture community can engage with the effort for Northeast Ohio's sustainable future.
Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and we will begin promply at 8:30.
Join the conversation at Civic Commons.
Hunter Morrison: Before acting as Director of the NEOSCC, Hunter worked as the Director of the Center for Urban Regional Studies at Youngstown State University. The Center was established for the purpose of understanding applied research addressing issues of urban and regional development and providing technical assistance to local government, social service organizations and businesses. Prior to this he was Director of the Cleveland City Planning Commission and was responsible for Civic Vision 2000, a $3 million initiative that resulted in the comprehensive updating of the City's Downtown Plan, Citywide Plan and Zoning Code.
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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