CONFLUENCE 2016: Roundtable Discussion Topics Announced

We are only 2 1/2 weeks away from CONFLUENCE 2016!  Have you registered yet?  Don’t delay–do it now!  Come learn with us & share with us your own best practices!

We are pleased to announce our Roundtable discussion topics & leaders:

A Game Changer: The Arts Education Data Project – Patricia Wayne, Director Create CA

Behind the Scenes Grant Panels and Effective Grant Writing Strategies – Rhyena Halpern, Assistant Director, Community Services Department; Director, Arts & Sciences, City of Palo Alto, Palo Alto

Public Art and All of Its Ups and Downs – Rachel Osajima, Executive Director, Alameda County Arts Commission, Oakland

Supporting Individual Artists with Funding and Resources – John Gallogly, Executive Director, Theatre West, Los Angeles

Innovative Arts Marketing Strategies – Danielle Whitmore, Executive Director, Blue Line Arts, Roseville

Fundraising Best Practices – Richard Stein, Executive Director, Arts Orange County, Santa Ana

Navigating California Arts Council Grant Programs – Shelley Gilbride, Programs Officer, California Arts Council, Sacramento

Rural Placemaking at Its Best – Debra Lucero Executive Director, Shasta County Arts Council & Friends of the Arts-Upstate, Redding and Chico

All about Arts & Access with the National Arts and Disability Center – CAC will confirm names

Arts and Veterans – Forging New Partnerships – Jason Jong, Arts Program Specialist, California Arts Council, Sacramento

Strategies to Implement Arts Programs that Serve At-Risk Youth – Patrick Brien, Executive Director, Riverside Arts Council, Riverside

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