Medford Arts and Culture Summit: RSVP and Save the Date!

Dear friend of the arts and humanities in Medford,11169909_10153365217431458_2744880095913184172_n

The Medford Arts Council invites you to participate in a citywide “Arts
and Culture Summit” on Saturday, November 14, 2015. This special public
forum will bring together interested individuals, community stakeholders,
and representatives from Medford’s many cultural organizations for a
collaborative visioning process focused on the arts, humanities, and
creative economy in our city.

The afternoon’s agenda will include group discussions and open exchange
seeking to identify some of our common needs, overlapping goals, and
shared aspirations for enhancing a wide array of cultural programs
throughout the community.

The summit will take place from 1:00 to 4:00pm at the Council Chambers in
Medford City Hall, located at 85 George P. Hassett Drive. Registration
begins at 12:00 noon with light refreshments and a chance to mingle before
the program.

Many of us believe that the city of Medford is poised to take a
significant step forward in realizing the great potential here to create
an even more vibrant and diverse cultural scene. The city’s recent
decision to double its funding for the Medford Arts Council is just one
indicator of a new level of commitment to our shared future. Your
participation is critical to the success of the summit and we hope you
will come to contribute your ideas and inspiration to this important
effort.

Make sure to let others who may be interested know about this summit.
Please rsvp to summit2015@medfordartscouncil.org.

Sincerely,

Gary Roberts, Chair
Medford Arts Council

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