An Evening of Conversations About the Future of Culture and Entertainment in Metro Milwaukee
Future Milwaukee will be holding an alumni event, hosted by Dennis Kois, President of the Milwaukee Public Museum and attended by members of the Cultural and Entertainment Task Force. Engage with other alumni and guests on this important topic – and offer your insights during the conversation portion of the event. Snacks and beverages will be available.
Date: Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Place: Milwaukee Public Museum, 800 W Wells Street, Milwaukee
Times and Agenda:
5:30 p.m. Networking
6:00 p.m. Program begins promptly
- An Overview of the Task Force Initiative - Tim Sheehy - MMAC President
- A Conversation between Task Force Members (facilitated by Christine Hill)
- Conversations between alumni and guests - What is your vision of what a world-class cultural entertainment scene would look like in our region in the year 2030?
7:30 p.m. Adjournment
In 2013 a Cultural and Entertainment Task Force was created to explore "funding options to preserve and enhance assets in the MKE Region. Made up of political, cultural and business leaders, the task force will examine funding issues, share perspectives, and identify options for further consideration by policymakers, private sector funders and community leaders." This Community Conversation will focus on the work of the Task Force, deepen the audience’s understanding of the issue, and create an opportunity for participants to contribute their thoughts.
Given that the Task Force was formed to address the Public Policy Forum's findings that key cultural and entertainment assets are at risk, Rob Henken, President of the Public Policy Forum will be on hand to answer your questions along with Mr. Sheehy and several other Task Force members.
Please Note: Each alumni may bring no more than one guest. Only those registered will be permitted access to the museum and the event.
Please join us for this important and engaging conversation about the future of our region. If you have questions regarding this event please contact Christine Hill at email@example.com.
Please Register Below:
Class of '98
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