Author Topic: Affordable working space for artists in Queens - Discussion Dec. 3  (Read 2740 times)

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One of the most pressing issues facing Queens artists today is affordable workspace.

In response to this, Queens Council on the Arts (QCA) is pleased to bring together artists, arts professionals, government agency representatives and community activists for an informed discussion.  Three specific case studies will be presented by Taryn Drongowski, Sheila Lewandowski and Loukas Skipitaris for review and commentary by panelists Caron Atlas, Sarah Belleas, Susan Chin and Irving Poy.

Join us for Creative Space Dialogue, a panel forum that will take place on:

Monday, December 3, 2007
6:00 - 8:30 pm
 
LOCATION:
The Chocolate Factory Theater
5-49 49th Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
718-482-7069
www.chocolatefactorytheater.org

PRESENTERS:
Taryn Drongowski - Executive Director, Astoria
Performing Art Center

Sheila Lewandowski - Managing Director & resident artist, The Chocolate Factory Theater
Loukas Skipitaris - President & Founding Director, Theatron, the American Greek Theater

PANELISTS:
Caron Atlas - Project Director, Envisioning Cultural Vitality
Sarah Belleas - District Representative for Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney
Susan Chin - Assistant Commissioner for Capital Projects at the City of New York Department of Cultural Affairs
Irving Poy - Director of Planning & Development for the Queensborough President, Helen M. Marshall


REGISTRATION
Email your name, address telephone number and artistic discipline to register@queenscouncilarts.org or call Elise Raz at 718-647-3377 ext. 17.
 
Admission is Free. Registration is required.

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