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The Creative Life: A Dayton Arts Collaborative Symposium

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The Modern College of Design & Dayton Metro Library-Main (downtown)

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The Creative Life: A Dayton Arts Collaborative Symposium
Bringing critical conversations to the Dayton region on creativity, artists, and community impact

Presented by Dayton Society of Artists, Dayton Visual Arts Center and Rosewood Arts Centre

Featuring Special Guest: Sharon Louden, artist, educator, activist and author of “The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life.”

Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27, 2018

at the The Modern College of Design (Kettering)
& the Dayton Metro Library-Main (downtown Dayton)
Free & open to all

Support for the Creative Life Symposium is provided by the Dayton Visual Arts Center, The Dayton Society of Artists, Rosewood Arts Centre, Front Street Studios and the University of Dayton. Additional support is provided by the Dayton Metro Library, The Modern College of Design and the Ohio Arts Council.

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Schedule of Events:

Friday, October 26, 2018
at The College of Modern Design, Kettering, OH
6-7:30 p.m. PM
Program Spotlight: A Conversation with Sharon Louden and Steven Matijcio
A guided conversation between Steven Matijicio, Chief Curator, Contemporary Art Center Cincinnati and Sharon Louden, artist, educator, activist and author of “The Artist as Culture “The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life.”

Saturday, October 27, 2018
at the Dayton Metro Library, downtown Dayton, OH
1-2:30 PM
Why Does Creative Culture Matter?
Featuring a cross-section of arts professionals from the Southern Ohio region who served as change agents for our communities. Speakers announced soon.

3- 4:30 PM
The Creative Life: Challenges and Rewards
Regional artists share their successes and life experiences in their journey in the creative sector.

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