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Future Arts Forward, an upcoming convening hosted by the Center for Cultural Innovation taking place in San Jose on January 23. We want as many artists, arts professionals, designers, and makers as we can get to participate in this conversation about the future of the arts sector. There are need-based travel subsidies available for people who register by December 12.
Help spread the word among your contacts and encourage them to register. CCI wants to encourage as voices from outside major cities to ensure that they have a rich and relevant conversation about the future of the arts in California and beyond. People can email Daniel personally with any questions (see contact info below).
Program Director, Bay Area
Center for Cultural Innovation
901 Mission Street, Suite 306
San Francisco, CA 94103
In these times of uncertainty, community and communication are more important than ever. CCI invites all artists, arts workers, arts educators, creative entrepreneurs, independent designers, and creative thinkers: Come together on January 23 to help imagine a strong and vibrant future for the arts.
Using a futurist-oriented convening format we’ll consider what we know about the past and the present to generate long-term scenarios for the future. This daylong conversation only works with your input.
The Future Arts Forward convening is a space where everyone’s contribution makes a difference. From the emerging to the established, we want to hear from artists and arts professionals of all experience levels and backgrounds, across all disciplines and sectors, representing every part of the state and beyond.
Monday, January 23, 2017
10 am to 4:30 pm, with reception to follow
The School of Arts & Culture at Mexican Heritage Plaza, San Jose
Includes Light Breakfast, Lunch, and Reception
Need-Based Travel Subsidies Available — Apply by December 12!
Future Arts Forward is made possible with support from:
John Katovich is the founder of Cutting Edge Counsel and Cutting Edge Capital, both committed to fostering quadruple bottom line practices for business, non-profits, cooperatives and communities, and providing strategies for the new impact economy. John was General Counsel and Chief Regulatory Officer at two national stock and options exchanges, CEO of a NASDAQ regulatory subsidiary, and General Counsel for two private companies that raised over $400m. He also co-founded a Broker Dealer, Turnstone Securities, also focused on providing capital formation services to socially responsible businesses.
John has taught capital markets and options trading courses at the Presidio Graduate School MBA program, University of California, Berkeley, and INSEAD, France. He holds Series 62 and 24 Licenses with NASD, and is licensed to practice law in several state and federal district courts. John was a founding board member of Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB), and is currently on the board of The Food Commons.
Breakfast is included with registration. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-funded-revitalization-of-fresno-tickets-28848478576