INTERMISSIONDC - March 9, 2017 INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS AND CULTURAL PRODUCERS OPEN HOUSE
INTERMISSIONDC - December 15, 2016 YOUTH AND ARTS EDUCATION CONVERSATION
INTERMISSIONDC - NOVEMBER 15, 2016 ARTS ACTION DC CONVERSATION
INTERMISSIONDC - OCTOBER 25, 2016 COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
INTERMISSIONDC - OCTOBER 18, 2016 COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
INTERMISSIONDC - OCTOBER 4, 2016 COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
INTERMISSIONDC - OCTOBER COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS
Eric Shaw, Director of the DC Office of Planning, provided this overview as an introduction to October Community Conversations, part of INTERMISSIONDC public engagement.
INTERMISSIONDC - JULY 21, 2016 LAUNCH EVENT
These key takeaways are helping to frame the direction of the conversation and informing the exploration of issues and research that OP and its partners are engaging.
These display boards provided a data-driven context for the many discussions and activities that took place during the Kickoff.
Eric Shaw, Director of the DC Office of Planning, provided this overview as an introduction to the eight-month DC Cultural Plan process at the INTERMISSIONDC Kickoff.
The Kickoff was co-hosted by At-Large DC Councilmember David Grosso; Arthur Espinoza, Executive Director of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities; Angie Gates, Director of the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment; Linnea Hegarty, Executive Director of the DC Public Library Foundation; and Richard Reyes-Gavilan, Executive Director of the DC Public Library.
INTERMISSIONDC is a series of public engagements on DC culture and planning designed to gather community insights for the DC Cultural Plan. The INTERMISSIONDC series launched the DC Cultural Plan effort publicly by hosting an INTERMISSIONDC Kickoff Event on July 20, 2016, attended by more than 500 District residents and stakeholders, who participated in a series of conversations around culture, including cultural production, expression, identity, and the meaning of culture. We heard and recorded many ideas and thoughts that are helping to guide the course of research and inform the next steps of this process.
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