Feb 25, 2013

Call for proposals: The Association of American Cultures Open Dialogue


Our own MACS graduate, Deborah Spears Moorehead, is working with The Association of American Cultures (TAAC), the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, and the New England Foundation for the Arts to prepare for an upcoming Open Dialogue.  According to TAAC, this session of Open Dialogue will focus on “significant and pivotal people, places and policies impacting cultural democracy in America.”

Deb will be presenting on a panel with a focus on cultural policy, traditional knowledge, and partnerships.  The conference organizers are still accepting proposals that “focus on innovative strategies, tested tools, and best practices that relate to the frames of the Open Dialogue and TAAC’s foundational pillars of equity in policy making, funding, leadership and networks that impact cultural policy.”


Open Dialogue 13: People, Places, and Policy

August 2-4, 2013

Providence Biltmore Hotel

11 Dorrance Street · Providence, RI 02903 · 401-421-0700

For more information on this Open Dialogue and how to submit a proposal, please visit TAAC’s website.


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