Mentorship and New Generations

Our current strengths as an art sector rely heavily on skill transference as each generation interacts with the next to fill job positions, find board members and establishing the next group of contemporary artists. Although each generation has its own set of ideas and methods of engagement, there is value in interacting with your peers cross-generationally to avoid unnecessary duplication of activity and organizational development whether through established mentorship or social networking. And as our population continues to age the need for skill transference increases. This panel will focus on the vital role mentorship plays in the transference of skills from one generation to the next and where the next generation of artists and arts administrators are heading as a result.
Panelists: Michael CywinkMarjorie (Moonfire) MeisterAlex Maeve Campbell Moderated by Nadia Kurd

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