Art and Community: Michael Rohd

A part of the School of Performing Arts' Art and Community Colloquium Series

Merryman Family Learning Studio, Moss Arts Center | Interdisciplinary Events

March 22, 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.

Michael Rohd is the founding artistic director of the 18-year old national ensemble-based Sojourn Theatre and the executive director of the Center for Performance and Civic Practice, an international thought leader. 

For more information, contact Bob Leonard

Other speakers in the Arts and Community Colloquium Series

February 15 - Keryl McCord

April 19 - William Cleveland


Free; no ticket required

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