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Art & Poverty in America - Panel Discussion

Presented by Gadsden Arts Center & Museum at Gadsden Arts Center & Museum, Quincy FL

Feb 20 2016
Art & Poverty in America - Panel Discussion

Dean Mitchell's American West: Poverty & the Human Spirit exhibition challenges us to take a close look at our communities and ask, "What can I do? How can I help?" At this panel discussion, Dean Mitchell will be joined by Kim Gay (Step Up for Gadsden) and Antonio Cuyler (Arts Administration, FSU) for a conversation on the ways art has and can address the issue of poverty in America, and how we can use art to make positive changes in our communities.

 

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LOCATION

Gadsden Arts Center & Museum

13 N. Madison Street, Quincy, FL 32351

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PARKING INFO

On the Courthouse Square: 2 hours Streets leading into the Courthouse Square: 3 hours City Parking - Washington Street, East of Duval Street: all day, free

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Audio Description
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    • Large Print
    • Volume Control Telephone
    • Wheelchair Access

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