Arts Innovation Summit

Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, in partnership with Baldwin Wallace University’s Arts Management department have crafted this year’s Arts Innovation Summit with a theme of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the arts. Megan Young will join the featured panel of speakers to share insights on her efforts to update SPACES’ artist residency programs, artist communication processes, and affiliate groups. The summit will be held in a panel-style discussion with Jill Paulsen, interim CEO and executive director for Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, speaking with Young and colleagues: Malinda Rauschenfels, co-director/vocalist and multi-instrumentalist for Burning River Baroque, Aseelah Shareef, director of operations and community engagement for Karamu House, and Monica Torres, executive artistic director/artist at LatinUS Theater Company.

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