Build it and they'll come:Greater Concord's creative economy
Please join us for our monthly Luncheon Forum: Build it and they'll come: Greater Concord's creative economy and its economic impact
Audiences that attend arts and culture events at local nonprofit arts and culture organizations frequently patronize local restaurants, hotels, retail stores, parking garages and other businesses. Concord’s investments in cultural capital are paying off. The 2017 Arts & Economic Prosperity Survey revealed that Greater Concord audiences spent $31.2 million here.
We’ve invited panelists New Hampshire Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Commissioner Jeffrey Rose, Entrepreneur Steve Duprey of Duprey Companies, and Board Trustee Richard Simpson of Concord Community Music School, to join moderator Nicki Clarke, Executive Director of Capitol Center for the Arts to discuss the economic impact of becoming New Hampshire’s cultural destination and what it means moving forward. The cost to attend is $25 for members and $35 non-members. A full lunch is included.
Monday, October 23, 2017 11:30 AM thru 01:00 PM
172 North Main Street
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