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Mapping Our Road To Recovery – Facing The Future: A Collective Arts Strategy

Mapping Our Road To Recovery: Facing The Future: A Collective Arts Strategy


Part 2 of 4-Part Online Discussion Series

You are invited to participate in this 4-part online discussion series.

The next 100 days will be focused on bringing people together for strategic conversations about the impact of the COVID-19 crisis and to generate ideas for how we can take a new approach for shaping our future. The Institute of Southern Georgian Bay and collaborative partners are launching a four-part online discussion series called Mapping Our Road to Recovery.

Mapping Our Road to Recovery Part 2: Facing the Future – A Collective Arts Strategy

This online discussion will feature speakers from the major sectors of business, nonprofit/charitable, government, and philanthropy.

Arts & Culture straddles all four sectors and is a key economic driver for municipalities across the country and around the world. It is a magnet for tourism, hospitality-related businesses, and next generation innovators.

Speakers include:
• Arts & Culture Report Highlights: Sarah Filion, Matilda Swanson Gallery, Clarksburg
• Business Sector: Robert Ketchin, Partner, Georgian Hills Vineyards and Managing Director, Ketchin Marketing, Blue Mountains
• Nonprofit/Charitable Sector: Robert Uhrig, Board of Directors, Meaford Culture Foundation
• Government Sector: Jennifer Parker, Coordinator, Community Well-being & Inclusion, Collingwood
• Philanthropic Sector: Stuart Reid, Executive Director, Community Foundation Grey Bruce

Mapping Part 2

Speakers will discuss connections between sectors, highlights from the recently released Arts & Culture Report (link coming), lessons learned from the pandemic, and what we need to be thinking about as we invest in stabilization, recovery, and growth for our integrated economy.

Attendees will comment on report themes and speaker highlights which resonate most, why the ideas are important, and what actions are recommended.

This crisis has underscored the reality that our major sectors are interconnected and our economy and well-being depend on all the sectors working together. An integrated approach to recovery will provide the most sustainable results.

When do I get my access info to Zoom so I can join this webinar?

When you register here, your confirmation will include your Zoom info access, and we will send it out again 48 hours before the event.

SAVE THE DATES: Part 3 in the series is scheduled for June 10, 2020.

The final Mapping Our Road to Recovery event will be June 24. Please mark your calendars!


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