San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
One Percent for Culture is hosting Town Hall for Culture meetings in each borough to gather input from the cultural community about the role City Government should play in ensuring the vitality of New York City culture. We want to hear from you about what issues, funding and otherwise, are most salient for cultural organizations and individuals artists. We will use the feedback gathered at these events to formulate questions for the 2013 mayoral candidates. Come share your ideas for how the city can support and strengthen our nonprofit cultural community.
Training: Learn to Live Tweet with Elana Levin. Master the basics and then practice your live Tweeting skills during the Town Hall. Elana Levin is Director of Strategy and Client Relations for the web development firm Advomatic. Advomatic builds websites for good causes. She is also co-Chair of Organizing 2.0 which leads trainings in online organizing and new media communications for nonprofits and community groups.
All Town Hall for Culture meetings are free and open to the public.
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One Percent for Culture
One Percent for Culture is a non-partisan, grassroots, five-borough campaign whose mission is to demonstrate the value of culture to New York City. The campaign will generate private and public support for an increase in the city’s financial commitment to the nonprofit cultural community, including artists of all disciplines, to a full one percent of the municipal expense budget.
To learn more and voice your support visit: oneforculture.org