Art and Community: ‘With Baldwin at my Back: Artists and Grassroots Communities’ with Keryl McCord

A part of the School of Performing Arts' Colloquium Series

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February 15, 2018 at 4:00pm

The School of Performing Arts presents “Art and Community,” a series of talks by nationally recognized artists and thought leaders on the power and practice of art and art-making as an essential element of socially healthy communities.  The talks will lead to open dialogue on the practical gains of art as a core element for building strong communities. The talks are free and open to the public. 

In addition, for those who are interested in an informal discussion, Community Voices will be hosting a Roundtable Discussion (with optional Luncheon) featuring Keryl McCord.  This Roundtable Discussion will be held at the Graduate Life Center (Room B) at 12 noon to l:00 pm.  If you choose to also partake of the Luncheon, the cost for the Luncheon will be $5.00 (payable at the door).

Keryl McCord is President and CEO of the Equity Quotient (EQ), a national training and organizational development firm dedicated to supporting nonprofits interested in becoming more just and equitable community partners, with equity, diversity, and inclusion as outcomes of their work. 

For more information, contact Bob Leonard.

Other speakers in the Arts and Community Colloquium Series

March 22 - Michael Rohd

April 19 - William Cleveland

Admission

Free; no ticket required

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