This session explored how county programs are leveraging the arts to transform neighborhoods, raise awareness about addiction, and ensure equitable access to the arts for all residents.
Note: There was an error during recording. This video only includes the last panel from the meeting featuring NACo Achievement Award winner for the Arts, Culture and Historic Preservation category, Harford County, Md.
- M. SIMONE BOYD, Writer
- JULIA WHITNEY BROWN, Founder, Old School Farm Pottery
- LEXANDER BRYANT, Photographer, Visual Artist and Founder, ORGNZD VISUALS
- JAY DICK, Senior Director of State and Local Government Affairs, Americans for the Arts
- HON. BARRY GLASSMAN, County Executive, Harford County, Md.
- JOE RYAN, Manager, Office of Drug Control Policy, Harford County Department of Community Services
- PSA Contest Winners
- Addicted play trailer (starts at minute 16:00 of the recording)
- CAROLINE VINCENT, Public Art & Placemaking Director, METRO ARTS, Nashville Office of Arts + Culture