[dis]Placement of Arts Spaces in a City Transforming

OCT. 7 2018

NEWARK ARTS presents

(011) SPACES THAT MAKE PLACES: [dis]Placement of Arts Spaces in a City Transforming
A discussion moderated by Taneshia Nash Laird

In partnership with Express Newark, Paul Robeson Galleries
NAF Pop Up Gallery, Hahne & Co.
54 Halsey Street, 2nd Floor, Newark

Sunday, October 7th, 11AM – 1PM
RSVP Essential by October 3rd

In 2017, our first A Conversation Withpresented the idea of art meeting technology to create social impact. For the 2nd year, Newark Arts will curate and present a hot button panel discussion around issues important and relevant to working artists today in the City of Newark and surrounding metropolitan areas. The moderated conversation will contour the issue of where the arts spaces have gone during Newark’s most recent renaissance era, development boom, rising tech industry and rapid population growth which will soon follow. A continuation in the series of more than 20 community conversations that were conducted during the creation of Newark Creates, a citywide cultural plan.
Jerry Gant, Gantalism
Lilly Ribeiro, theatre artist and LIPS Founder
Franklyn Ore, SVP of Real Estate Development, NCEDC
Marcy DePina, Program Director at Newark Riverfront
Ryan Arnez Monroe, Owner/Creative Director of RyArMo Photography Studio.

Reception to follow in Genesis Tramaine’s studio.

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Supported in part by a grant from NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.