Dynamic Adaptability 2.0

Seattle, Washington
Monday, June 24, 2013
                                       
Dynamic Adaptability 2.0
Monday, June 24, 2013 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM (Pacific Time)

Town Hall
206-652-4255
1119 Eighth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101
United States


How Do We Talk About
The Public Value of the Arts?


Join us on June 24 at Town Hall from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm to explore how your organization, and the cultural sector as a whole, can make a better case for the public value of arts and culture. 


Joining us to talk about what makes a successful appeal to public value:   

These speakers will share their experience with what works — and what doesn’t — in communicating about the value of culture in the context of campaigns for public funding. The lessons they will share are useful for any organization that wants to communicate more effectively with donors, audience members, and the general public.

We’ll also be joined by several local arts leaders including Jim Kelly from 4 Culture, Kris Tucker from the Washington State Commission on the Arts and David Brown from Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Cultural Access Fund. These leaders will reflect on how we can apply these insights to strengthen the role of the arts in our local communities.  


What is Dynamic Adaptability 2.0?

Dynamic Adaptability 2.0 complements and extends a series of four convenings that took place from February 2010 to January 2011 to support the cultural sector of the Puget Sound region. The original series was launched by a consortium of regional funders after a survey of cultural leaders in the region revealed a desire to gather with colleagues and discuss shared issues around navigating change. More information, including videos and materials from previous sessions, can be found here

E-mail us if you'd like to be kept informed about future Dynamic Adaptability offerings.


 

Contact Information

  • Lyn Hunter, Senior Program Manager, Philanthropy Northwest.
    Phone: 206-443-8461, Email: lhunter@philanthropynw.org

Payment Instructions

  • This series is free of charge to arts and culture nonprofit organizations in the Puget Sound region and is on a first-come-first-served basis. 
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