Sustaining Our Institutions Post-COVID

Wed, Jul 7, 2021, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CST

Online Event

7 Jul

About the Event

Please join the African American Arts Alliance for Town Hall 21 on July 7 2021, 6:30 PM.  We have planned a dynamic discussion with the African American arts community about the resources and partnerships needed for organizational and artistic sustainability.

Few would argue that the last year has not been kind to the arts. We were the first to close and the last to reopen from the pandemic. There isn’t much arts organizations could do to stop a global pandemic, but as group with creativity in their DNA, we need to share ideas about how to sustain our institutions and what is working. 

The goal of the Town Hall is to discuss the resources needed and what partnerships can be developed to help sustain our organizations. The Alliance has invited four exemplary artist and arts leaders to share their organizational and artistic successes.  We will discuss the human and capital resources needed and the supportive partnerships to be developed for a sustained success.

Location

Online Event

Date and Time

Wed, Jul 7, 2021, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm CST

07/07/2021 6:30 pm 07/07/2021 8:00 pm America/Chicago Sustaining Our Institutions Post-COVID Online Event <p>Please join the African American Arts Alliance for <i>Town Hall 21</i> on <i><strong>July 7 2021, 6:30 PM</strong></i>.&nbsp; We have planned a dynamic discussion with the African American arts community about the resources and partnerships needed for organizational and artistic sustainability.</p><p>Few would argue that the last year has not been kind to the arts. We were the first to close and the last to reopen from the pandemic. There isn’t much arts organizations could do to stop a global pandemic, but as group with creativity in their DNA, we need to share ideas about how to sustain our institutions and what is working.&nbsp;</p><p>The goal of the Town Hall is to discuss the resources needed and what partnerships can be developed to help sustain our organizations. The Alliance has invited four exemplary artist and arts leaders to share their organizational and artistic successes.&nbsp; We will discuss the human and capital resources needed and the supportive partnerships to ...<br/><br/> For details, visit the event page: https://www.ticketfalcon.com/e/sustainingourinstitutions/

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Organizer

African American Arts Alliance
The mission of the African American Arts Alliance (Alliance) is to provide vital support to our membership of artists and arts organizations that strengthen and builds their capacity in the areas of marketing, promotion, development, organizational capacity, networking, and resource sharing. Our purpose is to advocate on behalf of our membership to ensure that they are represented as important contributors to the cultural fabric of our city and state and recognized as strong participants and recipients in the economic and funding arena. The African American Arts Alliance is a twenty-five-year-old service organization that has grown from its 15 original members in its first year to over 200 members currently.

Organizer

African American Arts Alliance
The mission of the African American Arts Alliance (Alliance) is to provide vital support to our membership of artists and arts organizations that strengthen and builds their capacity in the areas of marketing, promotion, development, organizational capacity, networking, and resource sharing. Our purpose is to advocate on behalf of our membership to ensure that they are represented as important contributors to the cultural fabric of our city and state and recognized as strong participants and recipients in the economic and funding arena. The African American Arts Alliance is a twenty-five-year-old service organization that has grown from its 15 original members in its first year to over 200 members currently.