“Our impressive thought leaders panel explored the lucrative cultural tourism market and showcased innovative ideas for profitable partnerships. Our sold out crowd was inspired with cultural interludes by the Biscayne Poet and Stepflix Entertainment and enjoyed our curated networking to mix and mingle with arts and hospitality leaders,” [Laura] Bruney said. full article by ArtBurtst writer, Josie Gulliksen here.
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is seeking two dynamic Project Managers for its public art program. Founded in 1971, the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is a non-profit organization responsible for igniting the region’s creative economy by investing in arts and culture with the vision that arts and culture is recognized by all as essential to our quality of life. The selected candidates will join a nationally-recognized public art program committed to imagination, collaboration, inclusivity, placemaking and community engagement through championing policies and practices of cultural equity that empower a just, inclusive, equitable city.