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Set an arts regional agenda

Marc Lefkowitz  |  11/14/07 @ 4:35pm

GreenCityBlueLake began as place to organize and connect those working to assure Northeast Ohio's sustainable future. We continue to report on the progress, but it takes a village to bring about change.

That's where you come in.

We've organized 11 sustainable practice areas (see left nav bar) under which you'll see a Regional Agenda link where you can read and, more importantly, respond to ideas on what we need to do to become green cities on a blue lake.

We kick off these conversations with Arts & Culture. We're asking artists and you, what is our strategy for enlivening the region with art? And, what can we do better as a city, as a region, to attract and retain artists? Get in on the conversation here.

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