Join your fellow PDX residents, The Creative Advocacy Network, The Regional Arts & Culture Council, and Mayor Sam Adams tomorrow morning at 9:30 AM for the 2012 RACC “State of the Arts Report“.
This annual report represents to the city council that yes, the arts are important to us as a city and a community!
Bodies present at this meeting are so important, it’s even listed in the PDX Pipeline. Numbers speak, so represent.
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From press release:
RACC State of the Arts Report
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
9:30 a.m. | FREE | All Ages
@ Portland City Hall, Council Chambers, 1221 SW Fourth Avenue
As this will be the last State of the Arts Report for Sam Adams – a tremendous arts mayor – please join us in saluting his leadership in increasing public funding for the arts and arts education. Last year’s event was standing room only, so please arrive early. And wear your CAN button if you have it, or pick one up as you arrive to show your support!
And if you haven’t sent an RSVP yet, please do: RSVP@theArtsCAN.org
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