The Yamhill County Cultural Coalition, the Chehalem Cultural Center and the Board of County Commissioners invite you to participate in the Yamhill County Arts & Heritage Congress.
October 27th, 2017 | 9:00am – 3:00pm | Chehalem Cultural Center
Congress: a formal assembly to solve problems.
This congress is a one-day event designed to create a space where artists and other culture providers can have meaningful conversations with decision-makers from government, business and education as well as with interested citizens. The goal of this conversation is to foster an understanding of how the art/culture sector of Yamhill County can help drive economic growth and sustainable liveability and to discuss common ground, shared objectives and opportunities for collaboration.
Caucus: any group or meeting organized to further a special interest or cause.
There will be numerous facilitated and recorded caucus sessions as a part of this one day congress. See caucus sessions listed below:
- Common Ground: Regional & Community Strategic Planning & Aspirations - information sharing
- The Value of Creative Place Making - visionary & practical thinking
- Untapped Resources & Looming Opportunities - specific strategies & projects
- Uncommon & Peer to Peer Collaborations - visionary & practical next steps
Thank you to our funders: Oregon Community Foundation and Advised Funds of Arnie Hollander & Susan Watkins, The Lynn's Smile Fund; Oregon Cultural Trust, and individual donors.
Thank you to our sponsors: Yamhill County Cultural Coalition, Chehalem Cultural Center, endorsement by the Yamhill County Board of Commissioners.
the $20.00 fee includes morning and afternoon refreshments, lunch and packet materials