Program Coordinator. Patt Gilmore is developing new and evaluating old programs for the Center for the Arts’ 2020 winter line-up. She wants your input. What better time than National Arts & Humanities Month to take a look at what has worked and what has fallen short? Let’s create a working vision that our creative community will engage. This is session #2 developing and honing in after October 4th’s session.
Some things to think about because the topic of the ARTS is more than painting and drawing:
“National Arts & Humanities Month is an annual designation observed in October. It’s the largest annual celebration of the arts and humanities in the United States, and there are festivities from coast to coast to honor NAHM. During October, we encourage you to reflect on the many ways arts and humanities contribute to our society. Can you imagine a world without music? A world without beautiful art, statues, literature, or culture? A world without the arts and humanities is a world lacking all of those things, and frankly, a world I wouldn’t want to live in.”
COFFEE & CONVOS is a new way to connect at the LCFA each Friday at noon. The aim is to Learn, Share, Connect. It's laid back and casual. There's a new topic each week but feel free to take an adventurous detour.
+ Gather in the gallery space where the art will inspire you.
+ Relax in the comfy chairs with a cup of yummy brew.
+ Meet interesting and like minded people.
+ Chat about topics relating to the arts, creativity, community and collaboration.