The region's arts and culture community is organizing a debate among candidates for Metro Mayor on Monday, February 8, from 6 - 8 p.m., at The Kentucky Center, in the Bomhard Theater. The event will be moderated by David Cupps, Executive Director of Arts Kentucky. The event is free and open to the public. No tickets are required. A Meet and Greet with the candidates will follow in The Kentucky Center's East Room.
Louisville is defined in large part by its vital and thriving arts and cultural communities. Collectively, these organizations are one of the region's largest employers, one of its most consistent producers of tourist revenue, and a significant factor in Louisville's economic health.
The purpose of the Mayoral Forum on Arts and Culture is to focus attention on this critical aspect of our city in all of its facets - social, economic and cultural - as well as its importance to the growth and diversity of the region.
Media contact: David Holland, firstname.lastname@example.org, (502) 562-0157
This event is co-sponsored by the Kentucky School of Art, the Arts and Cultural Attractions Council, Arts Kentucky, the Fund for the arts and the University of Louisville.