We've gained momentum and now is the time to take stock of what we want and where we're going. It's been a whirl wind year for C3 and we want your help in crafting the next phase of events and programing. Below (and attached) are my initial reflections on what C3's arts programing is and where I'd like to see it go.

How can we best reflect our mission for C3 in our arts programming?

Our mission is: to facilitate a network of mutual support and collaboration that sustains and strengthens a resilient, dynamic and creative community.

What role does/can C3 play in the community?
What is C3 doing that is successful? What would make it better?
What are your thoughts about the intersection of arts and community?


These are questions that we are asking ourselves and you as we approach the coming year. We're going to have a series of open conversations and planning sessions centered around these questions. Please RSVP to me at: julia@commonwealthcenter.org if you would like to join us. Or reply with your thoughts to this post.

We're excited to have you join us!
Over and Out,
Julia

Julia Handschuh, Co-Director
Commonwealth Center for Change

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