Join us on 10/24 for Beyond Dynamic Adaptability: a free conference for the arts community

  What do Linda Ronstadt, Beth Kanter, Ben Cameron, and Dante Di Loreto of Glee have in common? They’ll all be speaking at our conference on October 24th. We hope you’ll be there too!

Beyond Dynamic Adaptability: How Changing Participation is Changing the Arts is a free full-day conference for the entire arts community.  As accelerated cultural change keeps shifting the arts sector, we invite you to take a day to stop, reflect, share and learn as we navigate these changes together.

Our conference format aims to be as experimental as its content and includes five simultaneous “fishbowl” conversations with expert panelists and empty chairs for interested audience members to jump into the conversation as well as an Art Bar, a space for art and encounter with musicians, dancers, poets, pop-up artists and opportunities for informal interchange on stage and off.

More information about the day is available on the conference website and will be shared here as well.  The conference is free but pre-registration is required.  Registration will open on 9/26.

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ABOUT THE INITIATIVE

In 2008, The San Francisco Foundation (TSFF) and Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund (GFTA) embarked on a four-year funding partnership to encourage systemic and sustainable structural change in the relationships of Bay Area arts organizations to their audiences, supported by the Wallace Foundation. Community offerings during the grant period (2008-2011) included seminars, workshops, large public convenings, implementation grants, development of a regional shared mailing list, and expansion of the SFArts.org website.

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