|Date:||Thursday, January 12, 2017|
|Location:||School of Arts & Culture
at Mexican Heritage Plaza
1700 Alum Rock Avenue, San Jose 95116
Join SVCREATES for a brown bag lunch and conversation on the opportunities and challenges of collaborations. How can artists and organizations work together to advance their missions and maximize impact? A panel of peers will talk about their experiences with partnerships and collaborations, and everyone is invited to join in the lively discussion.
Leading the conversation will be Franco Imperial of San Jose Taiko and Usha Srinivasan of Sangam Arts, who will both share experiences with and approaches to collaborations. Usha will also comment on her work as a National Arts Strategies Creative Community Fellow and the framework for evaluation of partnerships studied during that program.
Bring lunch and meet in Classroom 1. Beverages will be provided.
SVCREATES will be hosting quarterly brown bag events throughout the county to listen and learn about arts and cultural activities and to share updates on SVCREATES programs, projects, and opportunities.
If you have questions about this event, please contact Audrey Struve.
Resources for further learning:
- The Bridgespan Group: “Partnerships and Collaboration”
- Strengthening Nonprofits: “Partnerships: Frameworks for Working Together”