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Maggie Guggenheimer (standing) leads the PCA's second Creative Conversation

Source: Piedmont Council of the Arts

Is Charlottesville doing enough to market itself as a regional destination for patrons of the arts? What else can be done to ensure that the visual, performing and literary arts not only survive, but thrive? Those are just a couple of the questions explored during the second Creative Conversation organized by the Piedmont Council of the Arts.

Representatives of various groups were invited to Charlottesville’s CitySpace meeting room on the Downtown Mall to discuss the topic “Marketing Charlottesville as a Creative Community.”  The event was held on January 13, 2009 in the City Space Meeting Room at the Charlottesville Community Design Center.  We’ve condensed the two hour discussion into a 45 minute podcast.

The participants were:

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