Next Generation Digital Exchange Webinars launched by RUPRI and AOTR

Next Generation Digital Exchange Webinars launched by RUPRI and AOTR

Next Generation Digital Exchange Webinars launched by RUPRI and AOTR

The second Next Generation Digital Exchange Webinar takes place on Wednesday, March 14th from 12:00- 1:00 PM EST.

This Next Generation Digital Exchange Webinar will continue the Rural Creative Placemaking Summit conversation on “State Innovations in Arts Engagement, Investment and Infrastructure,” and includes perspectives from John Davis (MN), Anne Katz (WI), Colleen Landkamer (MN) and Zach Mannheimer (IA).

Hosted by Art of the Rural and the Rural Policy Research Institute and supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the McKnight Foundation, the Digital Exchange Webinars draw on the power of connection to bridge conversation across the regions, sectors, and place-based philosophies that make the work of creative placemaking so essential to the future of our rural places. Learn more at www.ruralgeneration.org/digital-exchange. Registration is free of charge, but requires you to download Zoom.

About the Next Generation Digital Exchange Webinars

The Next Generation Digital Exchange Webinar series draws on the power of connection to bridge conversation across the regions, sectors, and place-based philosophies that make the work of creative placemaking so essential to the future of our rural places. Roughly every three weeks, these Digital Exchanges will offer an opportunity for folks to come together and engage with leaders working across the dynamic range of fields that compose the foundation of rural creative placemaking.

Each of these one hour Digital Exchanges will feature 2-4 voices from across the country, sharing specific themes, challenges, and opportunities we collectively encounter in this work. While some elements of this series will resemble a familiar webinar format, the inclusive and creative atmosphere of these gatherings will offer a space for new ideas and unexpected connections to emerge.

This Digital Exchange series is hosted by Art of the Rural and the Rural Policy Research Institute made possible through the support of the National Endowment for the Arts and the McKnight Foundation. Digital Exchange is produced at the Outpost collaborative space in Winona, Minnesota, national headquarters of Art of the Rural.

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