(Joplin, MO) – Connect2Culture (C2C) will offer a virtual roundtable event about the new Missouri ArtSafe Certification on Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 2:00pm via Zoom.
The Missouri Arts Council promotes COVID-19 safe practices by arts and cultural organizations statewide when the arts reopen under local guidelines. Together with the Missouri Arts Safety Alliance, a coalition of organizations throughout the state, the “Missouri ArtSafe Certification” has been created. Organizations become certified by pledging and adhering to a core level of safe practices.
In this Connect2Culture Roundtable with Missouri Arts Council Executive Director, Michael Donovan, arts and cultural organizations will learn about creating, presenting, and attending arts and cultural programming safely. Organizations will also learn how to train frontline staff, develop a plan, and get certified as “Missouri ArtSafe.”
Who should participate: nonprofit and for profit organizations and businesses – that are primarily arts presenters or producers – of any size that are located anywhere in Missouri or nearby serving Missouri audiences. Though admission is free, advanced registration is required.
Advanced Registration Link: https://bit.ly/mo-artsafe
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2726147471041643/
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C2C Roundtables are an annual series of professional development programs that aim to educate, empower, and connect the Joplin arts and cultural community. All leaders, supporters, and advocates are welcome to attend these roundtables. C2C Roundtables are a great time to learn, share, network, and establish connections.
Connect2Culture (C2C) is a not-for-profit arts organization founded in 2009 to enhance community through culture. Unlike any organization in the Joplin area, C2C is a respected community arts agency, a champion of the Harry M. Cornell Arts & Entertainment Complex, and a performing arts presenter. C2C strives to expand audience and resources needed to “ignite a passion for the arts, culture, and entertainment” in the Joplin area.