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Date(s) - 05/19/2016
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Bohemian National Hall

How does art and culture create positive interventions and alternatives for youth? Speakers: Tomas Alvarez III, founder of Beats Rhymes and Life, Inc.; Daniel Gray-Kontar of Twelve: Literary and Performative Arts Incubator; and Phillip Morris of The Plain Dealer.

Register at www.cultureforward.org/CreativeIntersections

Cost: $25 per event

Location: Bohemian National Hall

Time: Thursdays, 1:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Dates: March 24th, May 19th, July 28th, September 29th, November 17th

Each event includes light refreshments and networking.

More about the series:

Arts and culture is a powerful force in our communities. Increasingly it is playing a more defined and intentional role in the evolution of our neighborhoods and our healthcare. This year, Community Partnership for Arts and Culture (CPAC) is delighted to debut a new speaker series that explores what happens when the work of arts and culture professionals intersects with the priorities of the broader community.

Through this new series, we’ll demonstrate how arts and culture is serving as a partner in addressing a wide range of community topics. For 2016, join us in Cleveland’s Slavic Village neighborhood as we dive into the topic of safety. Together with your peers, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from local and national voices who are working to build more just and safe communities through arts and culture.