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Business of the Arts: Cultivating Your Community

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DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

200 I Street Southeast

Multipurpose Room

Washington, DC 20003

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8 Arts & Culture will help artists, producers and makers cultivate their local communities to identify strategies for continuous support of the local arts and humanities beyond public funding.


Join us for useful information and materials that will highlight strategies of implementation, plans of action as well as guidelines for continuous engagement.

Attendees will participate in solution-focused discussions on:

  • Organizing and engaging community stakeholders to execute common agendas by building complementary relationships
  • Establishing a structured business development network of resources for artists, producers and makers in the District of Columbia, specifically Ward 8
  • Activating space and opportunity for maker businesses to work and sell products in the District and beyond
    • Targeted community-engagement activities that will display the array of production in the community (arts, culture, nutrition, health and wellness)

About 8 Arts & Culture

The mission of 8 Arts & Culture is to facilitate social and economic development via arts, culture and technology. 8 Arts & Culture has produced a numerous community based events impacting people and communities in Washington DC. They work with a diverse range of other organizations, businesses, and government agencies to deliver dynamic live arts & cultural affairs.


Monday, March 19, 2018

6:00PM – 7:30PM

Location: 200 I (Eye) Street, SE, Multipurpose Room
Washington, DC 20003

Metro: Navy Yard/Ballpark (Green Line)

Audience: Individuals

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200 I Street Southeast

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Washington, DC 20003

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