| Last week to register for MACS! We've got an amazing line up of arts, culture, discussion and lunch planned for you! Join us in the lobby as you arrive to the sounds of the Franklin High School Jazz Band serenade our guests! Head on over to our "Arts Advocacy" selfie station for some fun! Be sure to pick up a free MACS journal and pen before heading in to hear Executive Director of the Mass Cultural Council, Michael Bobbitt, address the audience.|
Break out sessions afterwards include:
"Building Community Through the Arts" –Kelly Grill, Executive Director, Hopkinton Center for the Arts
"Equity and Access in Arts & Culture" –Cheyenne Cohn-Postell, Equity and Inclusion Officer, Mass Cultural Council
"Sharing your Arts Identity on Social Media" – Steve Sherlock, Social Media Practitioner, Franklin Matters/wfpr.fm
"Festivals and Community Celebrations " – Timothea Pham, Program Officer, Community Initiative, Mass Cultural Council
And finally, a boxed lunch by our local "Birchwood Bakery" where you are able to connect with regional supporters and leaders in the arts & cultural sector! There will be indoor and outdoor seating available for lunch. Masks and hand sanitizer will be on hand throughout the Symposium for your convenience.
Saturday, May 14th, 9am-1:30pm, Franklin High School
Registration is $15 and can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/270070025717
Looking forward to reconnecting with you!
Chair, Franklin Cultural Council
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