Up and coming art instigators, Henau Contemporary Arts Center (Facebook | Website), will be hosting a think tank and guest panel on March 16 at 3 p.m at the University of Central Florida School of Visual Arts Gallery [GMap]. The purpose of the event is to develop new strategies to united the Orlando arts and cultural communities.

A panel discussion will begin with the guest moderator, local artist Richard Muenster, asking the panelists a series of questions. And then opening the floor to the audience for a short Q&A with the panelists. The event will then move into the foyer with refreshments and a chance for audience members and panelists to connect.

The Event ends in time for the opening reception of the MFA Thesis exhibition.

The panel will include Barbara Hartley, Director of Downtown Arts District, Josh Garrick, curator of Henao Contemporary Center, Patrick Greene curator of Gallery at Avalon Island, Terry Olson, Orange County Director of Arts and Cultural Affairs, and Jennifer Coolidge, Director of Development, University of Florida College of Arts and Benoit Glazer, Director of the Timucua Arts White House.




Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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