Wednesday, June 20 | Noon - 2
Baltimore Museum of Art
Brown Bag Conversation - Collaborating Across the Comfort Zone
Engagement. Partnering. Diversity.
These are the buzzwords of today, representing contemporary values for cultural institutions and funders alike.
GBCA is pleased to present our next Brown Bag Conversation, featuring Peter Bruun, former Executive Director of Art on Purpose, and Randi Vega, Director of Cultural Affairs for Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA), as they share “do’s & don’ts” of effective collaboration with diverse groups. This event is timed to coincide with an upcoming deadline for Free Fall grants from BOPA, an opportunity that encourages collaboration.
“Collaborating Across the Comfort Zone” takes place Wednesday, June 20, Noon-2:00pm at The Baltimore Museum of Art’s Hess Board Room. Bring a lunch—we’ll provide drinks and dessert—and settle in for a casual and informative networking experience. Presentation begins at 12:30pm with a welcome from Doreen Bolger, Director of the BMA and no stranger to successful collaborations!
Space is limited; RSVP required!
RSVP by emailing Matt Diehl - firstname.lastname@example.org
There is the parking available in the public lot on the west side of the building, metered street parking, and parking at the Johns Hopkins garage.