Artists: Pittsburgh is changing, and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council
wants to know how the local arts community might respond.
On the evening of Thu., Oct. 1
, and the morning of Fri., Oct. 2
, at the Heinz Regional History Center, GPAC offers Imagining Our Future: Arts and Culture Convening.
This “community visioning process” seeks to engage 300 people to help artists and the arts move ahead.
Everyone is welcome, from individual artists and arts groups of all sizes to funders, public officials and interested community members.
The Oct. 1 meeting runs 6-9 p.m., and the Oct. 2 session from 8:30 a.m.-noon.
It's free to participate, but if you wish to attend either session, an RSVP is required by tomorrow. RSVP here
The History Center is located at 1212 Smallman St., in the Strip District.