The Maryland Arts Summit, now in its third year, is presented by and for the Maryland arts sector and curated by the Maryland State Arts Council, Maryland Citizens for the Arts, the Fine Arts Office of the Maryland State Department of Education, and Arts Education in Maryland Schools. The 2021 Maryland Arts Summit: Art of the Community will hold six live sessions June 3 - 4, 2021 focusing on current topics in the Maryland creative sector.
This event will be held virtually, via Pathable. No downloading, plugins or updates necessary. Lose the registration confirmation? Not to worry, we will send out reminders the week before and the days leading up to the event!
Carla Du Pree
Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network
Joe's Movement Emporium
Alanah Nichole Davis
Thursday, June 3 Agenda
9:00 AM: Opening- Welcome, Indigenous Artist Performance by Louis Campbell and Long Conversation Panel
9:40 AM: FORCE Panel
10:50 AM: Racial Justice: moving from solidarity to accountability, presented by Pam Breaux
12:00 PM: Creative Keynote
12:40 PM: Elevating Community Exchange: Harriet Tubman Mural, presented by Barb Seese, Alpha Genesis, and Michael Rosato
1:50 PM: Affinity Groups
Friday, June 4 Agenda
9:30 AM: Welcome, Performance, & Long Conversation
10:35 AM: Crafting Policy Recommendations for a More Creative and Equitable Community, presented by Jess Solomon
11:45 AM: Access Intimacy and Love, presented by Presented by Robin Marquis & Denise Shanté Brown
12:55 PM: Closing Affinity Groups & What's Next: Beyond the Summit
1:20 PM: Closing Celebration Performances
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For anyone who registers after 10:00AM today, you will be emailed an access link to Pathable after June 7. All sessions will be recorded and available for viewing the week of June 7. And the fun doesn't stop there! More content will be loaded onto the site after July 1. Stay tuned and be on the lookout for announcements and more!
For any questions about registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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