|"Are Black Women Loud?" a Creative Conversation, hosted by SOJO Art Museum|
|YaYa - Jennifer Porras, Arts and Activism at the Crocker Art Museum 2015|
There is room for flexibility in the way we work; the installation will adjust to the environment in which it is place. We are challenged to develop innovative displays in relation to physical or virtual spaces, and to provide opportunities for experimental, installation and conceptual art with the communities we visit.
What are Creative Conversations?Creative Conversations are local gatherings of engaged citizens in communities across the country and are part of a grassroots movement to elevate the profile of arts in America during National Arts & Humanities Month every October. Started in 2004 as a program of The Emerging Leaders Network, Americans for the Arts is now expanding the scope of the event to invite all arts leaders and interested individuals to participate.
|A Creative Conversation in hosted by Sojo Art Museum Sacramento- Moderator Alpha Bruton|
|Moderator Nat McLin of Critic's Corner- at Little Black Pearl 2008|
Creative Conversations and the Arts Action Fund
In 2016, Creative Conversations are once again partnering with the Arts Action Fund to generate increased energy around the grassroots movement to elevate the profile of the arts in America. By hosting and/or participating in a Creative Conversation, you will automatically receive Free Advocate membership to the Arts Action Fund at no cost whatsoever. Members of the Arts Action Fund receive timely action alerts and the electronic version of the quarterly Arts Action News publication by e-mail.All projects will be profiled during the 2016 National Arts & Humanities Month
"Art is Business"