Join the Citizens League and 89.3 The Current for an artful and entertaining conversation about arts and entertainment in the Twin Cities. Guests Gulgun Kayim, Laura Zabel, and Peter Leggett will highlight local creative-placemaking efforts and discuss the relationship between arts and culture and a community's economic health. Register today for your seat at Policy and a Pint: Home is Where the Art Is!
Monday, Dec. 16
Doors open 5:30 p.m. | Program 6-8 p.m.
The Varsity Theater
Cost: $10 regular admission
$5 for students and Target employees with valid ID
We know the Twin Cities are a great place to live when it comes to art and culture. From First Avenue to the Walker to the Guthrie and every coffee house and punk club in between, the arts have always been a thriving part of our quality of life.
So is there a connection between economic health and the role that art and culture have to making this a great place to work and call home? And what's more important - lots of jobs, or having a "cool" reputation - when you want to attract top talent?
We'll tackle these questions at our next Policy and a Pint, presented by 89.3 Current and The Citizens League. Join host Steve Seel and guests Gulgun Kayim from the City of Minneapolis, Laura Zabel from Springboard for the Arts and Peter Leggett from St. Paul's Cultural STAR Board for a lively conversation about how the arts are key to fostering a strong urban core.
It's part of our State of the State series, made possible with support from Target.
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