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    SUMMIT: Rural Arts and Culture

    SUMMIT: Rural Arts and Culture

    Presented by Rural Arts and Culture SUMMIT

    June 5-June 6, 2013

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    BUILDING CULTURAL CAPITAL: CONNECTING RURAL ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE THROUGH EDUCATION, EXCHANGE, CRITICAL DIALOGUE AND CELEBRATION
    A gathering of arts/culture makers, organizers, educators, and supporters who are committed to further developing the richness of life in rural America

    We’ll learn, share, talk, party and recharge — so we’re set to go home smarter, better connected, and more inspired to do our work

    EARLY BIRD Registration Ends April 30, 2013!
    WHY should I attend?

    INSPIRATION
    Be inspired by nationally recognized speakers who have made their mark in the world of culture and community
    Gain new insights from some not-so-famous (but should-be-famous) people who are leaving a lasting impact upon the communities in which they live
    Meet the foremost creative influencers of our work in the rural arts and culture arena
    Then engage in discussion about stimulating ideas, latest trends, and upcoming opportunities

    CONNECT
    Make connections with people who share your passions (and frustrations) of building communities, educating kids (of all ages), heightening and brightening life in rural areas through arts and culture
    Together we’ll explore the unique challenges and opportunities related to creating a vibrant art/culture rich region
    Reconnect with the vision that drives you in your work

    LEARN
    Expand your knowledge — learn from the best about what’s working in rural communities, and how you can apply those principles of success to your work
    Hear about projects that failed and the deep lessons that were learned that can help you move toward success
    Learn about national trends and the latest thinking about rural arts and culture
    Come away with new skills that sharpen your abilities to effect change in your community

    CREATE
    Explore creative solutions to common problems with your rural arts/culture colleagues, also have a chance to share what’s not working well, and together create solutions
    Hands-on opportunities to create will be an integral part of each day’s activities

    ENERGIZE
    Recharge your “batteries” with inspiration, knowledge, connections
    Be challenged, be surprised, be affirmed – get energized!

    CATALYZE
    Identify at least three new ways you can catalyze positive and effective change in your community/region when you return home

    CELEBRATE
    Celebrate our stories of life in rural America, a life rich with culture and creativity HAVE FUN!!!


    • At-a-
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      • Venue Info

        University of Minnesota Campus

        600 East 4th Street
        Morris, MN 56276

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      • Admission Info

        Tickets:

        EARLY BIRD Registration
        $100 for both days ($125 after April 30)
        $70 for one day ($90 after April 30)

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      • Dates & Times

        Dates:
        June 5-June 6, 2013

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        Come for one Day or for All! You decide

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